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Why no action has taken on politicians whose assets rose by 500% , Supreme Court asks Centre to submit report




The Supreme Court expressed strong objection to not giving full information about the steps taken against black money to the Narendra Modi government on Wednesday (September 6th).

The country's highest court expressed objection to the "attitude" of not giving information about the action taken by the Central Government against the assets of the leaders of two elections which increased by 500 per cent. The apex court also directed the government to keep the necessary information in this regard before the court. The apex court said that although the government is saying that it is not against the election reform, but has not furnished the necessary details. Even the information given in the affidavit presented before him by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) was "incomplete".

A bench of Justice J Chelameswar and Justice S Abdul Nazir said, "The information in the CBDT affidavit is incomplete. Is this the attitude of the Government of India? What have you done so far? "" The bench said, "The government is saying that it is not against any correction. The information must be in the court records. "The court asked the government to file a detailed affidavit in this regard till September 12. During the filing of nomination papers for the apex court elections, the candidates were hearing the petition demanding disclosure of the source of income.


“You are not averse to electoral reforms but have not placed any necessary details,” the court told the Centre. “Is this the attitude of the government of India? Why can’t you provide basic data?”

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