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Govt patronising black money hoarders: Badal


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CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Tuesday slammed the UPA government for not disclosing the names of people hording black money in foreign banks and accused the government of “patronising” offenders.

He claimed that Rs 6,500 lakh crore were stashed away in foreign banks but the Union government was not making concentrated efforts to get it back. “It clearly reflects that the government was patronising those who have hidden their money in banks abroad,” Badal told reporters. (PTI)


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