Politics simmers over SIMI ban [DNA : Daily News & Analysis (India)]
(DNA : Daily News & Analysis (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) The election department has hired the services of sleuths with the Income Tax department and has installed Air Intelligence Units at major airports in state to track down circulation of black money in the Assembly elections. In directions issued to curb the usage of black money in polls, the state election department has directed the Income Tax (IT) department to monitor the movement of cash spending across state.
Adhering to Commission's call, the department has come up with two Verification Cells each in all 33 districts across the state. Each cell has one officer and two inspectors from the IT department. These verification cells will closely monitor the movement of unaccounted cash and bullion within their jurisdiction.
The department would also be keeping a close eye on the airports. To keep vigil on the transportation of black money, three Air Intelligence Units have been established at major airports of the state including Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur. "Spare some time from your profession. Counsel the people coming to you and motivate them to cast their votes. Take resolution to motivate at least 10 people so that dreams of party and Vasundhara Raje can be realised," Sharma told a gathering of office bearers of the party's medical wing, National secretary of BJP Anil Jain requested medical professions to spare one week before elections and ensure that everyone in their social circle go and cast their vote. "Doctors are directly linked to at least 50 families, which mean they can impact 250 votes. Motivate people to cast vote so that congress can be defeated," said Anil Jain. However, it was state BJP president Vasundhara Raje who showed political maturity to reject the suggestion. "Role of medical professionals should not be restricted to influence votes. They have a far bigger role to play in the society than just politics," Raje said in her speech dismissing the idea.
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