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   Welfare Party of India asks Supreme Court to monitor SIT investigation of illegal monies of Indians in foreign Banks
Welfare Party of India asks Supreme Court to monitor SIT investigati...

New Delhi:(9/02/2015 )Welfare Party of India asks Supreme Court to change its earlier stand and to monitor the investigation of the SIT constituted by the apex court to supervise the investigations into illegal monies of Indians in foreign banks, in the light of the exclusive brought out by the Indian Express.
P.C. Hamza, National General Secretary of the Party said that the report, result of a-three-month-long-global project participated by eminent journalists of international reputation,  revealed that black money with HSBC Swiss held by 1195 Indians amount to Rs 25420 crores, somewhat near to our annual allocation for Sarva Siksha Abhiyan for entire nation.


 “As powerful politicians, bureaucrats and business tycoons appear in the list, the central government cannot be trusted for impartial and speedy investigation. It is only interested in selective leaking of the list and enquiry as per its interest. While ordering for the SIT, the apex court had observed that ‘the continued involvement of this Court in these matters, in a broad oversight capacity, is necessary for upholding the rule of law, and achievement of constitutional values. However, it would be impossible for this Court to be involved in day to day investigations, or to constantly monitor each and every aspect of the investigation.’ Considering the gravity of the case in the light of the leak brought out by the Indian Express, the Supreme Court has to change its stand and monitor constantly each and every aspect of the investigation to uphold rule of law and achieve constitutional values” the statement continued.


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