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Kejriwal is the century’s biggest deceiver of trust: Sunil Lal

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“Arvind Is The Century’s Biggest Deceiver Of Trust”, Says Sunil Lal, a former AAP member and the designer of the revoked AAP Logotype, in an OPEN LETTER to Arvind, when he is chest thumping aloud of his achievement on completion of one year of rule in Delhi.

Lal says that Kejriwal deceived the nation by using patriotism of lakhs of Anna Andolan volunteers (who had selflessly rallied behind him since 2011 to demand Janlokpal bill) into creating a political outfit that was flood opened to swindlers and corrupt elements invited from other parties. He even conspired and threw some senior founder members out of the party who had objected to his autocratic working style to garner the power by hook or by crook.

Lal has demanded to clear the air whether Kejriwal was working as the B team of BJP during Anna Andolan in 2012 when he had performed his last indefinite fast (of his career) against the alleged 15 Corrupt Ministers to give benefit to the BJP win election (including then Finance Minister Pranav Mukherjee elected to be the President of India on 25th July 2012 the day you sat on the fast).

In the same breath, Lal alleges that Kejriwal is now working as B team of Congress as exemplified by his incessant attack on BJP and giving a clean chit to Sheila Dixit, the former Chief Minister against whom he had filed 370 paged complaints with the police in 2012 with Baba Ramdev.

Launching a frontal attack on Arvind Kejriwal, Sunil Lal says that Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP) party is just another conglomerate of the  corrupt using all the tricks in his sleeves to raise black money from unknown sources although they tend to project themselves as the Champion of Alternative Politics. Lal notes that AAP’s plank of using clean money is deflated now.

Citing grave anomalies of AAP’s claim of clean money, he raised the serious questions, on the basis of data available on the website of AAP and Election Commission of India, which his three-member team of volunteers consisting of  Mr Neil Terrance Haslam, Harsh and Rajpreet has dug out. Lal alleges that:

  1. Donations not reported to Election Commission. Total 932. Total Amount 14 crore 60 lakh.
  2. Total 70 donations above 10 Lakh. These were to be scrutinized and accepted by PAC. Out of these 70 donations, 26 (37%) donations amounting to 6 crores plus were not reported to Election Commission. PAC is directly responsible for these 26 donations.
  3. Bennami entries – total number 129. total amounts rupees 1 crore 9 lakh. These entries lack name, address, cheque number and PAN.
  4. Four fake pan cards in the year 2013-14, 40 fake pan cards in 2014-15. The cited number during the year 2014-15 is on a random check. There could be more.

In his letter Lal alleges that how come the VAT department under his very nose is deep neck in corruption working in the same style where the businessmen are regularly being harassed to extract the bribe. Why being a champion of Anti-corruption Kejriwal has not taken any proactive steps to reform the system of VAT Department’s working?

Citing Kejriwal as a salaried man, Lal claims that the stature of selfless volunteers across India who work for the society spending their own time and money should not be seen less than him in any manner.

NewsGram tried to contact KK Sevada, National Treasurer of Aam Aadmi Party to talk about the allegations made by Sunil Lal but he could not be reached.

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The United States Of America Drops Out Of Top 20 Corrupt Countries

For the 2018 index, 180 countries were surveyed. Denmark and New Zealand topped the list while Somalia, Syria, and South Sudan were at the bottom.

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U.S. President Donald Trump is seen through his transparent teleprompter as he speaks during the Missile Defense Review announcement at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., January 17, 2019. VOA

A global anti-corruption watchdog says the United States has dropped four spots in its list of nations’ anti-corruption efforts and is now no longer listed in the top 20 for the first time.

Acting U.S. Representative at Transparency International, Zoe Reiter, calls a four point drop in the 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) a “red flag.”

She says it comes at a time when the U.S. is experiencing “threats to its system of checks and balances” and an “erosion of ethical norms at the highest levels of power.”

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Caravans from Central America have inflamed the debate over U.S. immigration policy, with U.S. President Donald Trump using the migrants to try to secure backing for his plan to build a border wall on the frontier with Mexico., VOA

“If this trend continues, it would indicate a serious corruption problem in a country that has taken a lead on the issue globally,” Reiter says.

The United States scored a 71 in the perceptions index after scoring 75 the previous year.

“The expert opinion captured by the CPI supports the deep concern over corruption in government reported by America in our 2017 survey. Both experts and the public believe the situation is getting worse,” Reiter said.

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Bulgarian anti-corruption protesters march during a demonstration in downtown Sofia, VOA

Transparency International uses several criteria for measuring how well a country is fighting corruption, including checks and balances on political power, controls on conflicts of interest and private influence on government, and voter suppression.

Also Read: World’s Anti-Corruption Day

For the 2018 index, 180 countries were surveyed. Denmark and New Zealand topped the list while Somalia, Syria, and South Sudan were at the bottom. (VOA)