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Black money jab

Chennai, Jan. 29: BJP president Nitin Gadkari today claimed that a change of government at the Centre had become inevitable and that the next BJP-led ministry would bring back the black money parked outside the country.

“The Congress is too reluctant to lay its hands on the black money stashed in foreign countries, though it knows very well who has kept it and where,” Gadkari told a BJP rally held to mark the culmination of the party’s 41-day Thamarai Yatra across Tamil Nadu.

“Once the BJP and its allies form the next government at the Centre, we will bring back the thousands of crores hidden in Swiss banks and use the money for development projects, including the interlinking of rivers,” he added.

Gadkari described the DMK as a “partnership company” divided between the sons and daughters of M. Karunanidhi, and the Congress as a proprietary firm where only Gandhi family members could become the leader.

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