BJP did nothing on bringing black money back: Kaiser
Bihar Congress chief Choudhary Mehboob Ali Kaiser on Saturday said erstwhile BJP governments had taken no initiatives to bring back the blackmoney stashed in foreign banks.
Patna: Bihar Congress chief Choudhary
Mehboob Ali Kaiser on Saturday said erstwhile BJP governments had
taken no initiatives to bring back the blackmoney stashed
in foreign banks.
"The erstwhile governments of saffron party did nothing
to bring back the blackmoney... they even failed to write a
simple letter to any foreign country in this
connection", Kaiser told reporters.
He, however, claimed that the Congress-led UPA government
at the Centre was `serious` to bring the black money back from
Swiss and other foreign banks.
Kaiser also lambasted the BJP for allegedly trying to
shield its Karnataka and Gujarat Chief Ministers despite
serious charges against them.
Referring to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar`s demand for
securing special state category to Bihar, he said if the state
government was really serious for mobilising investments, it
should have given the tax concessions on the pattern of
the ones offered by the states like Uttrakhand and Himachal
`Organisational weakness led to Cong poll reverses in Bihar`
State Congress chief Choudhary
Mehboob Ali Kaiser today said organisational weaknesses,
irregularities in distribution of tickets and indiscipline
prevented the party from faring well during the
October-November 2010 polls in Bihar.
"Organisational weaknesses, indiscipline and
irregularities in distribution of tickets did not not augur
well for the party which led to its bad performance", Kaiser
told reporters after reviewing the reasons behind party`s poor
showing in the last assembly elections.
"We have take bold initiatives for making the Congress
in Bihar more strong and vibrant henceforward", he said.
To another query, Kaiser said he had constituted an
ad-hoc disciplinary committee to recommend action against the
"The committee is likely to submit its report within a
fortnight for necessary action", he added.