Black money soon will be brought back to India, claims Paswan

The Union Consumer affairs minister said that it is a "big achievement" that no Union minister has been caught in a corruption case

By: PTI | Medininagar (jharkhand) | Published: June 17, 2016 4:34:17 pm
Ram Vilas Paswan, Consumer affairs minister, Union minister, BJP, black money, corruption in India, india corruption, hidden black money, india news, latest news, BJP news Union Minister of Food and Public distribution Ram Vilas Paswan speaks during a press conference. (Source: PTI Photo)

Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today said the Centre is committed to work on the principles of social justice and black money stashed in foreign countries would be brought back soon.

“The Narendra Modi government has pledged to work on the principles of social justice. Black money will soon be brought back from overseas,” he said at a public meeting here.

The Union consumer affairs, food and public distribution minister said no corruption charges against any Union minister in the last two years is a “big achievement”.

Speaking about his department, Paswan said a total of 10,162 bogus ration cards have been cancelled.

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