Modi Govt Can't Bring Even a Rabbit into Country: Sharad

Published: 30th October 2014 11:26 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th October 2014 11:26 PM   |  A+A-


PATNA:  Unmoved with the Central government's initiative on black money, JD(U) President Sharad Yadav today said the dream Narendra Modi government weaving before the nation on bringing back illegal money stashed in foreign banks would never be fulfilled.    

"The dream Narendra Modi government showing to the nation about bringing back black money into the country will never be fullfilled...the government will not be able to bring even a rabbit into the country from outside," Yadav told reporters.        

There was no relevance of ongoing debate over black money, triggered by the government placing a list of 627 persons having accounts off shore to the Supreme Court, the JD(U) chief said at Patna Airport on arrival from Delhi.         

"I can say definitely that no black money will come back into the country," he said.

Challenging sincerity of the government over black money which BJP had made its main poll campaign in last General elections, Yadav said sarcastically "they promised to bring stars from the sky to the earth but did not tell the nation how and when.”

Yadav came here to discuss about senior party leader Nitish Kumar "Samparak yatra" from November 13.         

On a question on reports of growing differences between Nitish Kumar and his handpicked Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, the JD(U) chief sought to play it down by saying "I not aware of anything of this sort."

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