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BJP accuses State Govt of inaction

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, April 8 � The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday alleged that the State Government was not doing enough to check the mushrooming of financial institutions operating illegally and duping people of their hard earned money.

Serving an ultimatum to the Tarun Gogoi government to come up with an action taken report on the matter within a month, BJP national vice president Bijoya Chakravarty warned that if the government fails to comply, the issue would be raised in the Parliament.

�In villages and small towns, so many people have been the victims of such illegal institutions. But the surprising thing is that the government is not taking the issue seriously,� regretted Chakravarty addressing mediapersons here.

Chakravarty said that the BJP was concerned about the illegal financial institutions and questioned how the kingpins of such institutions managed to escape the law.

�The government says that it has not been able to trace the kingpins of the illegal financial institutions. The BJP demands of the government to initiate inquiry how these kingpins could evade law,� said Chakravarty adding that if such illegal financial institutions could operate across the State, then the district administrations too were at fault and action must be taken against all the officials responsible for the plight of the people.

The BJP will also intimate its concern to the union government and take recourse to legal action as well.

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BJP accuses State Govt of inaction

GUWAHATI, April 8 � The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday alleged that the State Government was not doing enough to check the mushrooming of financial institutions operating illegally and duping people of their hard earned money.

Serving an ultimatum to the Tarun Gogoi government to come up with an action taken report on the matter within a month, BJP national vice president Bijoya Chakravarty warned that if the government fails to comply, the issue would be raised in the Parliament.

�In villages and small towns, so many people have been the victims of such illegal institutions. But the surprising thing is that the government is not taking the issue seriously,� regretted Chakravarty addressing mediapersons here.

Chakravarty said that the BJP was concerned about the illegal financial institutions and questioned how the kingpins of such institutions managed to escape the law.

�The government says that it has not been able to trace the kingpins of the illegal financial institutions. The BJP demands of the government to initiate inquiry how these kingpins could evade law,� said Chakravarty adding that if such illegal financial institutions could operate across the State, then the district administrations too were at fault and action must be taken against all the officials responsible for the plight of the people.

The BJP will also intimate its concern to the union government and take recourse to legal action as well.