Taxpayer money needs to be brought back

PandoraLeaks show how Anil Ambani holds almost 10,000 crores in tax havens abroad. Yet, the Govt has written off 100s of crores through TAXPAYER's money! You and I paid for the losses Ambani made.

The Govt should ensure this 10000 crores is deposited in GOI account. more  

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Income Tax is such a big organisation having senior Officials like commissioners rank and they are playing havoc when is raid is taking place and not leaving major politicians. If big sorts like Mr. Anil Ambani is holding almost 10,000 crores and no action is being taken, then due you feel members of Local Circle can activate the government functionaries in recovering the amount. It is only to be highlighted in the media, so than some action can be taken. more  
सिर्फ़ अम्बानी ही क्यूँ वह लिस्ट काफ़ी लम्बी है और उनमें ऐसे सेलेब्रिटीज़ भी है जिन्हें हम देश का हीरो/गौरव मानते है तो वसूली सबसे होनी चाहिए और सबसे पहले तो नेताओ से पर वसूली होगी? कौन करेगा क्यूँकि हमाम में सब नंगे है। more  
Weird are the ways of international law and the never ending process of getting and punishing the culprits, especially with the Indian govt. A citizen living or of country A stashes illegal money in another country. Impossible to prosecute or get the money back. Businessmen take huge loans, don't repay and flee to another country. The other country welcomes them and they are tried in their courts. How will that country's courts know what had happened? A diplomat drives a car and kills a person on the road. The diplomat cannot be prosecuted because of diplomatic immunity. How ridiculous. Why have treaties to get criminals and violators to the country where the violation or crime has been committed? more  
This is the tip of the iceberg. There are many more individuals, businesses, politicians who have stashed away money. Add to this, our business people who have siphoned off money from banks and fled the country. The govt cannot give any excuse to get these defaulters and hoarders to bring them back and make them accountable and punishable for their acts. more  
Question marks on the intentions and abilities of this government. None of their actions have been fruitful thus far. more  
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