Bihar, BJP land purchase: As per the reports and facebook update from Sanjeev Chaurasia, member of the Bihar Legislative, it has come to light that just days before the demonetisation of 500 and 1000 rupee Notes was announced, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) party bought land worth crores of rupees in bihar.
As per reports, BJP bought several land parcels in Bihar up to the first week of November and on 8 November Modi announced the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000.
The report published in Catch News shows at least 10 such property transactions done by BJP functionaries in Bihar for the party. Some of them were even brought on behalf of BJP President Amit Shah.
Sanjeev Chaurasia, member of the Bihar Legislative Assembly from Digha was quoted as saying, ""Sab jagah khareeda jaa raha tha... Bihar ke saath aur jagah bhi khareeda jaa raha hai... Hum log to sirf signatory authority hi hain paisa to party ki taraf se aaya tha... saari zameein khareedi hain... party karyalay ke liye aur anya kaamo ke liye... November 1st week tak zameein khareedi hain."
Land was acquired in cities and towns such as Madhubani, Katihar, Madhepura, Lakhisarai, Kishanganj and Arwal.
The leaders to whom the plots were transferred, National President, Bhartiya Janta Party Through Sanjeev Chaurasia, Gen Sec Bihar'. One property in this name has been bought for Rs 60.13 lakh in Lakhisarai.
Sanjeev Chaurasia - The general secretary of BJP's Bihar unit. The address Chaurasia has given in the deed is 11 Ashoka Road - the national headquarters of BJP.
Dilip Kumar Jaiswal - The treasurer of BJP's Bihar unit. One of the deeds mentions his address is as Purabpali Road, PS - district Kisanganj. And another deed mentions his address as 11 Ashoka Road.
In some cases the claimant is BJP itself. And the address given is 11 Ashoka Road.
Surce: Catch News
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