I have tightened the screws on those who have looted India: PM Modi

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    Published on May 6, 2016 , by NDTV
     
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    This is time to show the gate of the jail to congress. Modi should tightened the screw so tight that they will never come to power again
     
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    Political rhetoric.

    Perhaps he could have tightened the screws on UK for looting the Koh-i-Noor? To his credit, he gave a firm handshake to Prince Willy.
     
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    Don't feel bad for maxist and congress. They are shrinking and they will go to jail for looting this nation so long.
     
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    Sure. They even arrested Manmohan Singh, the architect of India's economic growth, while I see Bhakts all over the newspaper comments sections give credit to the current government. They appear to be unaware that India's government debt has increased. Then there is Lalit Modi and Vijay Mallya.
     
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    Here is a list of corruption accused that Modi should look into.
    • Pankaja Munde
    • B. S. Yeddyurappa
    • Sushma Swaraj
    • Vasundhara Raje
    • Lalit Modi
    • Purshottam Solanki
    • Dileepbhai Sanghani
    • Vijay Mallya

    And, George Fernandez.
     
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    Joke of the day, man.

    Manmohan singh is coward who let India slide back to where it is. 10 years of inactivity, here you are making him architect of Indian Economy Growth.

    Perhaps you are trying sarcasm.
     
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    No, I am not trying sarcasm. It just that I don't rely on RSS pracharaks for information.

    I never said he is the architect of Indian Economy. Please re-read what I quoted.
     
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    I edited it. But still doesn't change a thing.

    Perhaps he is the architect of reverse growth.
     
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    Does the data show that? He did a pretty good job when oil prices were sky high.

    In any event, there is a lot of corruption in India. We need to take a stand against corruption, and not limit ourselves to corruption within Congress.
     
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    To do that, we have to start somewhere.

    Congress is good starting point.
     
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    Where did you get this info from, source?

    I'd like to have a look at it...
     
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    you missed the real star players...Sonia, Vadra, Rahul, and big list of congressi

    BTW....how much money Sushma Swaraj looted.
     
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    No worries, there are plenty of people to take care of these people. I posted what is necessary to balance it out.
     
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    Numbers seems OK, I guess.
    Commercial borrowings and NRI deposits on increasing trend, rest are either stable or decreasing.
    Nothing alarming here as far as Central Govt is concerned.

    Any info on Individual State Govt's external debts, couldn't find it RBI site?
     
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    I don't think State Governments have external debt. By external debt, I mean, debt owed to other countries. Correct me if I am wrong. There could be money owed to the centre though. You can try RBI website.

    Nothing alarming, as long as the debt-to-GDP ratio does not cross 25. Right now it is at 23.8.

    Edit: Correction - debt-to-GDP numbers are in percentage.
     
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    I got this doubt after seeing IMF Loan is only around 5 billion $, and we keep hearing various CM's talking about IMF loans for various projects. I am assuming 5 Bln would not cover all state government loans.

    Hence the assumption that state governments take external loans, for example : now a days I am hearing Naidu of andhra taking lot of loans from JICA, central govt does give sovereign guarantee for those loans. Not sure if those loans reflect in central govt balance sheet.
     
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    Responded in this thread: http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/threads/indian-economy-for-dummies.75906/page-5#post-1164198
     
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