The Congress and other opposition parties on Tuesday released a video purportedly showing a “BJP leader” exchanging old notes after demonetisation on a commission of 40 per cent… Congress leader Kapil Sibal – accompanied by senior leaders from his party as well those from the RJD, Loktantrik Janata Dal, National Conference and TDP – alleged the video was filmed by some journalists in Ahmedabad.
It shows a person, who Sibal claims is a BJP leader with proximity to the party’s top leaders, exchanging money purportedly after December 31, 2016, the time given by the government to exchange old notes after it demonetised high value notes on November 8 that year.
The amount of money exchanged is ₹5 crore according to the conversation between the men in the grainy video and a commentary that runs through the footage. However, Sibal did not provide any other proof to support his claims.…
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