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With reference to the report, “BJP to celebrate demonetisation anniversary as anti-black money day: FM” (October 26), it is interesting that November 8 will be observed in two diametrically opposite ways — as anti-black money day by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and as a black day by Opposition parties protesting the note ban decision of a year ago. I wish the BJP government issues a white paper containing the list of politicians possessing black money.
There should be an honest assessment of the party-wise accumulation of black money. But will that ever happen in India?S Kumar, New Delhi
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