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NDA MPs to give 'no black money' declaration next week

Wednesday November 23, 2011 05:42:53 PM, IANS

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Advani, at his rally Sunday, said all NDA members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will submit a declaration to their presiding officer stating: "I solemnly declare that I do not have a bank account or asset, illegally held outside India."  

New Delhi: National Democratic Alliance (NDA) MPs will next week give a declaration that they don't have any black money stashed away in banks abroad.

"The NDA members would give the declaration to the heads of both houses next week," Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader S.S. Ahluwalia told reporters Wednesday.

The announcement had been made by senior BJP leader L.K. Advani Nov 20, when he concluded his 40-day roadshow against black money.

Advani briefed the parliamentary party members about the campaign that spanned 22 states, five union territories and covered around 7,600 km, said Ahluwalia.

The BJP, which leads the NDA, also organised a rally of around 1.5 lakh labourers through the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh in Delhi Wednesday to protest the anti-labour policies of the government, said Ahluwalia.






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