Congress Releases List of BJP Corruption Cases

Narendra Modi. Photo: PIB
Narendra Modi. Photo: PIB

As the Modi government has a total control over the media, and most journalists in India are also corrupt, the corruption cases are not being reported.

By Rakesh Raman

As corruption has been increasing at an alarming pace for the past 4 years of BJP government headed by Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi, the opposition party Congress today released a list of corruption cases under Modi government.

The cases, according to Congress, include mining scam, Goa housing loan scam, MP admission scam, fake currency scam, LED bulbs scam, and others.

As the Modi government has a total control over the media, and most journalists in India are also corrupt, the corruption cases are not being reported. The level of corruption has increased manifold in Modi’s government. Besides unchecked bureaucratic and political corruption, Modi himself is also facing serious corruption charges.

Opposition parties in India are up in arms against the government, as they are demanding a thorough inquiry into the alleged corruption deals of Modi.

Although no inquiry against the political bosses in India can reveal the truth, opposition parties including Congress, Communist Party of India (Marxist), and All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) have demanded thorough investigation in the case.

Prashant Bhushan – an Indian lawyer, activist and politician – who has revealed information about Modi’s own corruption said that even the Supreme Court of India is not working freely and has refused to take appropriate action against Modi.

In fact, Modi is not the only politician in his political group Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) who is facing corruption charges. Among the BJP leaders and Modi’s friends who are facing serious corruption charges include:

But the Modi government did not hold any proper inquiry in all these cases and these politicians are having a ball with public money.

The sorry plight in the country indicates that India has already become a politically unstable banana republic with rampant lawlessness, corruption, and exploitation of the ordinary citizens.

Bureaucratic and political corruption have become pain in the neck for commoners in India. A new “Freedom in the World 2017” report – released by Freedom House, a Washington-based independent watchdog organization – highlights rampant political and bureaucratic corruption in India. It reveals that corruption has a negative effect on government efficiency and economic performance.

“Though politicians and civil servants at all levels are regularly caught accepting bribes or engaging in other corrupt behavior, a great deal of corruption goes unnoticed and unpunished,” the report said in its findings.

Similarly, global anti-corruption organization Transparency International has lowered India’s rank from last year’s position of 79 to 81 this year. According to the Transparency data, India with a score of 40 is more corrupt than countries such as China, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Mauritius.

If the situation is not controlled immediately, it is expected that soon international sanctions will be imposed on India because of government’s failure to stop increasing crime and corruption.

By Rakesh Raman, who is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He is the founder of a humanitarian organization RMN Foundation which is working in diverse areas to help the disadvantaged and distressed people in the society.

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