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BJP's approach to black money shows their black minds: Nitish Kumar

By MI Khan
October 27, 2014 18:37 IST
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Following the disclosure of eight names in the black money case by the Centre, senior Janata Dal-United leader and former chief minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar questioned the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government’s action on Monday and launched a scathing attack on the government.

“Is there only eight people with black money in the country,” Nitish Kumar asked about the affidavit on black money.

Nitish Kumar targeted Modi’s government by saying that the approach adopted by the government reflected the BJP’s black mindset and termed the party as 'Bhrasht Jhooti Party'.

He slammed the government saying they had failed to fulfil its promises on corruption and black money. “During its five month tenure, the government has only released eight names,” the JD-U leader added.

“Everyday a new issue of BJP falsehood and fraud comes before people... BJP has become synonymous with Bhrasht Jhooti Party,” the former CM said. 

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