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Samudaya is embarking on a State wide Cultural Jatha against corruption and price rise from 15th May to 28th May 2011. Jatha comprises of display of cartoons by eminent cartoonists appeared in news …

Samudaya is embarking on a State wide Cultural Jatha against corruption and price rise from 15th May to 28th May 2011. Jatha comprises of display of cartoons by eminent cartoonists appeared in news papers, distribution of literature, street plays, poets’ meet, seminar, songs and of course, speech.
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  • 1. SAY
    NO TO
    CORRUPTION
    AND
    A Samudaaya Campaign
    PRICE RISE
  • 2. Adarsh, Satyam and Common Wealth!
    What virtuous names for vicious scams!
  • 3. Adarsh, Satyam and Common Wealth!
    What virtuous names for vicious scams!
  • 4. Adarsh, Satyam and Common Wealth!
    What virtuous names for vicious scams!
    Spate of corruption scandals
    2G Spectrum - Rs. 1,76,000 Cr.
    Commonwealth - Rs. 58,000 Cr.
    Mining Scandal - Rs. 22,000 Cr.
    Land Scams - Rs. 17,000 Cr.
  • 5. Adarsh, Satyam and Common Wealth!
    What virtuous names for vicious scams!
    India is the only country with
    Annual GDP Growth 8 %
    Dollar billionaires (49 spawned in one decade) 54
    GDP share of Dollar billionaires 31 %
    Population below official poverty line 48%
    Population spending Rs. 20 (half a $) per day 77 %
    Population chronically hungry 23 Crores
    Stunted children (under 3 years) 38 %
    Anemic children (under 3 years) 79 %
    Anemic pregnant women 58 %
  • 6. Adarsh, Satyam and Common Wealth!
    What virtuous names for vicious scams!
    Spate of questions ?
    Why so many scams ?
    Why so frequent ?
    Why a massive increase in quantum ?
    Why denials ?
    Why cover-ups ?
    Why has it become acceptable ?
    What has brought us this far ?
    Why the media is ineffective ?
    Why the silence on corporates ?
    Why should we take this lying down ?
    What the corruption has got to do with Price Rise ? What can we do ?
    Why ?...What ? ….How ?..
  • 7. Adarsh, Satyam and Common Wealth!
    What virtuous names for vicious scams!
    Spate of corruption scandals
    2G Spectrum : Rs. 1,76,000 Cr.
    Commonwealth : Rs. 58,000 Cr.
    Mining Scandal : Rs. ,000 Cr.
    Land Scams : Rs. ,000 Cr.
    India is the only country with
    Annual GDP Growth 8 %
    Dollar billionaires (49 spawned in one decade) 54
    GDP share of Dollar billionaires 31 %
    Population below offiicial poverty line 48%
    Population spending Rs. 20 (half a $) per day 77 %
    Population chronically hungry 23 Crores
    Stunted children (under 3 years) 38 %
    Anemic children (under 3 years) 79 %
    Anemic pregnant women 58 %
    Spate of questions ? Why so many scams ? Why so frequent ? Why a massive increase in quantum ? Why denials ? Why cover-ups ? Why has it become acceptable? What has brought us this far ? Why the media is ineffective ? Why the silence on corporates ? Why should we take this lying down ? What the corruption has got to do with Price Rise ? What can we do ? Why ?...What ? ….How ?..
  • 8. Vegetable Price Rise reminding IPL Auction !
  • 9. Vegetable Price Rise reminding IPL Auction !
  • 10. Vegetable Price Rise reminding IPL Auction !
    • Vegetable price increase 67% in 9 months.
    • 11. Onion prices jumped from Rs. 80 to Rs.110 this January.
    • 12. Petrol prices hiked 7 times since deregulation.
    • 13. Speculation in essential commodities =1.5 times budget
    • 14. Corporate share in food retailing tripled in past 4 years.
  • Vegetable Price Rise reminding IPL Auction !
    • Onion symbol of food inflation of 2011, as Sugar in 2010.
    • 15. Waiting for 8th oil price hike for state elections to be over !
    • 16. Food Price increase at 2011 Jan at 18.32 % above 2010 January level (2010 was the worst year for food price increases).
  • Vegetable Price Rise reminding IPL Auction !
    • Month on month food increase also above 9% most part of 2010 touching 11 in Nov 2010
    Retail Price Rise (per kg) in Karnataka (in last one year)
    Apr 2010 Max
    Onion Rs. 11 Rs. 65 (Dec 10)
    Tomato Rs 14 Rs. 45 (Dec 10)
    Potato Rs. 12 Rs. 22 (Dec 10)
    Groundnut oil Rs. 64 Rs. 80 (Jan 11)
    Urad Split Rs. 73 Rs. 80 (Dec 10)
    (GoI data at NIC website)
    Vegetable prices were reminding one of auction prices of IPL players.
  • 17. Vegetable Price Rise reminding IPL Auction !
    • Vegetable price increase 67% in 9 months
    • 18. Onion prices jumped from Rs. 80 to Rs.110 this Jan
    • 19. Petrol prices hiked 7 times since deregulation
    • 20. Speculation in essential commodities =1.5 times budget
    • 21. corporate share in food retailing tripled in past 4 years

    • Onion symbol of food inflation of 2011, as Sugar in 2010
    • 22. Waiting for 8th oil price hike for state elections to be over !
    • 23. Food Price increase at 2011 Jan at 18.32 % above 2010 jan level (2010 was the worst year for food price increases
    • 24. month on month food increase also above 9% most part of 2010 touching 11 in Nov 2010
    Retail Price Rise (per kg) in Karnataka (in last one year)
    Apr 2010 Max
    Onion Rs. 11 Rs. 65 (Dec 10)
    Tomato Rs 14 Rs. 45 (Dec 10)
    Potato Rs. 12 Rs. 22 (Dec 10)
    Groundnut oil Rs. 64 Rs, 80 (Jan 11)
    Urad Split Rs. 73 Rs, 80 (Dec 10)
    (GoI data at NIC website)
  • 25. Corruption has always been around, everywhere !
    …….Major Scams since 1947
    1948-1991 (in crores of Rs)
    Mundhra Scandal 19571.2
    Dhamateja Loan1960 22.0
    Kairon(Punjab CM) 1963 NA
    BijuPatnaik (Ors CM) 1963 NA
    Kuo Oil Deal1976 2.2
    Antulay Trust 198130.0
    HDW Commissions 198720
    Bofors Pay-off 1987 64
  • 26. Corruption has always been around, everywhere !
    …….Major Scams since 1947
  • 27. Corruption has always been around, everywhere !
    …….Major Scams since 1947
  • 28. Corruption has always been around, everywhere !
    …….Major Scams since 1947
    1992-1998 (in crores of Rs)
    Harshad Mehta Security 1992 5000
    Indian Bank Rip-off 1992 1300
    Sugar Import 1994 650
    Vote for Notes - 1 1995 ?00
    MSShoes Share Price Rig 1994699
    Bihar Fodder Scam 1996 950
    Urea Import 1996 133
    Hawala Jain Diary 1996 ?00
    Bhansali Financial Pyramid 1997 1000
    Harshad Mehta Share Price Rig 1997 ?000
    Sukharam Telecom 1997 1500
    CompaniesVanishing Post-IPO 1997 330
    Teak Plantation 1997 2600
  • 29. Corruption has always been around, everywhere !
    …….Major Scams since 1947
    1948-1991 (in crores of Rs)
    Mundhra Scandal 1957 1.2
    Dhamateja Loan1960 22.0
    Kairon(Punjab CM) 1963 NA
    BijuPatnaik (Ors CM) 1963 NA
    Kuo Oil Deal1976 2.2
    Antulay Trust 198130.0
    HDW Commissions 198720
    Bofors Pay-off 1987 64
    1992-1998 (in crores of Rs)
    Harshad Mehta Security 1992 5000
    Indian Bank Rip-off 1992 1300
    Sugar Import 1994 650
    Vote for Notes - 1 1995 ?00
    MSShoes Share Price Rig 1994699
    Bihar Fodder Scam 1996 950
    Urea Import 1996 133
    Hawala Jain Diary 1996 ?00
    Bhansali Financial Pyramid 1997 1000
    Harshad Mehta Share Price Rig1997 ?000
    Sukharam Telecom 1997 1500
    CompaniesVanishing Post-IPO 1997 330
    Teak Plantation 1997 2600
  • 30. And some more!
    Scams have never been in short supply here
  • 31. And some more!
    Scams have never been in short supply here
  • 32. And some more!
    Scams have never been in short supply here
    1999-2004 (in crores of Rs)
    Mobile License Policy Change 1999 46,000
    Modern Foods Privatisation2000 2,050
    BALCO Privatisation2001 4,050
    Ketan Parekh K-10 Scrip Rig 2001 1,250
    UTI Collapse 2001 4,800
    DineshDalmia2001 595
    Stock Market collapse 2001 1,15,000
    Wheat Import 2003 10,000
    NICE Land Grab 2004 ?,000
    Karnataka Land Scam – 1 2004 1,550
  • 33. And some more!
    Scams have never been in short supply here
    2005-2011 (in crores of Rs)
    IPO-Demat2005 146
    TajCorridoor2006 175
    Satyam 2008 10,000
    Army Ration pilferage 2008 5,000
    Rice Export2009 2,500
    MadhuKoda Jharkhand Mine Lease 2009 4,000
    Orissa Mine Lease 2009 7,000
    Karnataka Illegal Mining2009 22,000
    Operational Lotus 2009 ?,000
    Karnataka Land Sacm - 2 2009 5,800
    Vote for Notes - 22010 ??,000
    Commonwealth Loot 2010 58,000
    Resort Politics 2010 ??,000
    2G Spectrum2011 1,76,000
    Hassan Ali Tax evasion2010 89.000
  • 34. And some more!
    Scams have never been in short supply here
    1999-2004 (in crores of Rs)
    Mobile License Policy Change 1999 46,000
    Modern Foods Privatisation20002,050
    BALCO Privatisation2001 4,050
    Ketan Parekh K-10 Scrip Rig 2001 1,250
    UTI Collapse 2001 4,800
    DinsehDalmia2001 595
    Stock Market collapse 2001 1,15,000
    Wheat Import 2003 10,000
    NICE Land Grab 2004 ?,000
    Karnataka Land Scam – 1 2004 1,550
    2005-2011 (in crores of Rs)
    IPO-Demat2005 146
    TajCorridoor2006 175
    Satyam 2008 10,000
    Army Ration pilferage 2008 5,000
    Rice Export2009 2,500
    MadhuKodaJhrakand Mine Lease 2009 4,000
    Orissa Mine Lease 2009 7,000
    Karnataka Illegal Mining2009 22,000
    Operational Lotus 2009 ?,000
    Karnataka Land Sacm - 2 2009 5,800
    Vote for Notes - 22010 ??,000
    Commonwealth Loot 2010 58,000
    Resort Politics 2010 ??,000
    2G Spectrum2011 1,76,000
    Hassan Ali Tax evasion 2010 89.000
  • 35. Scams increased in torrents
    after Economic Reforms in 1991
  • 36. Scams increased in torrents
    after Economic Reforms in 1991
  • 37. Scams increased in torrents
    after Economic Reforms in 1991
  • 38. Scams increased in torrents
    after Economic Reforms in 1991
    • Major scam occurances gone up from 1 in 6 years to 1 in 6 months
    • 39. Scams are direct result of economic reforms in 1990s unleashed by Manmohan Singh and later accelerated by Vajpeyee and Dr. Singh’s regimes
    • 40. Scam size grown in torrents from tens to hundreds, thro’ thousands to lakhs of crores in the 4 phases
    • 41. Resignations , arrests and convictions reduced to trickle and cases are delayed indefinitely
    • 42. Scam has reached top echelons of Politicos, Bureaucracy, Army, Industrialists and Judiciary too
  • Scams increased in torrents
    after Economic Reforms in 1991
    • Major scam occurances gone up from 1 in 6 years to 1 in 6 months
    • 43. Scams are direct result of economic reforms in 1990s unleashed by Manmohan Singh and later accelerated by Vajpeyee and Dr. Singh’s regimes
    • 44. Scam size grown in torrents from tens to hundreds, thro’ thousands to lakhs of crores in the 4 phases
    • 45. Resignations , arrests and convictions reduced to trickle and cases are delayed indefinitely
    • 46. Scam has reached top echelons of Politicos, Bureaucracy, Army, Industrialists and Judiciary too
  • COMMONWEALTH GAMES LOOT Rs. 58,000 Cr.
  • 47. COMMONWEALTH GAMES LOOT Rs. 58,000 Cr.
  • 48. COMMONWEALTH GAMES LOOT Rs. 58,000 Cr.
    Original Estimate : Rs. 617.5 Crores
    Cost of Commonwealth Games
    2002 (UK) : Rs. 2,100 crores
    2006 (Australia) : Rs. 5,000 crores
    2010 (India) : Rs. 60,000 crores!!!
    2014 (UK,estimated) : Rs. 2,200 crores!
  • 49. COMMONWEALTH GAMES LOOT Rs. 58,000 Cr.
    • Every conceivable trick was used to loot - overcharge, fake front companies to cover up nepotism, no or single tender,
    • 50. 90% of infrastructure cost was looted
    • 51. Every conceivable item was overcharged – from toilet paper, transport to stadia
    • 52. Org Com violated all conceivable norms to loot and cover-up the loot and violations
    • 53. Consistent bad quality and horrible delays also did not wake up the authorities
    • 54. All anti-corruption checks failed to detect, prevent the malafied action of OC and its coterie
    • 55. All bodies above OC including Central Govt. denied any wrongdoing till it was impossible to continue
    • 56. Investigation, action to prosecute is also too less too late
  • COMMONWEALTH GAMES LOOT Rs. 58,000 Cr.
    “ The Commonwealth Games were no showcase, but a mirror of India 2010. If they showcased anything, they showcased Indian crony, casino capitalism at its most vigorous. To build such a society and then expect The Games won't reflect its warts and sores is high optimism…”
    P SainathThe Hindu 06 Jun 2010
  • 57. COMMONWEALTH GAMES LOOT Rs. 58,000 Cr.
    Original Estimate Rs. 617.5 Crores
    Cost of Commonwealth Games
    2002 (UK) : Rs 2,100 crores
    2006 (Australia) : Rs 5,000 crores
    2010 (India) : Rs 60,000 crores!!!
    2014 (UK,estimated) : Rs 2,200 crores!
    • Every concievable trick was used to loot - overcharge, fake front companies to cover up nepotism, no or single tender,
    • 58. 90% of infrastructure cost was looted
    • 59. Every concievable item was overcharged – from toilet paper, transport to stadia
    • 60. Org Com violated all conceivable norms to loot and cover-up the loot and violations
    • 61. Consistent bad quality and horrible delays also did not wake up the authorities
    • 62. All anti-corruption checks failed to detect, prevent the malafied action of OC and its coterie
    • 63. All bodies above OC including Central Govt. denied any wrongdoing till it was impossible to continue
    • 64. Investigation, action to presecute is also too less too late
    “The Commonwealth Games were no showcase, but a mirror of India 2010. If they showcased anything, they showcased Indian crony, casino capitalism at its most vigorous. To build such a society and then expect The Games won't reflect its warts and sores is high optimism…”
    P SainathThe Hindu 06 Jun 2010
  • 65. 2G Orgy
    Of Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
  • 66. 2G Orgy
    Of Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
  • 67. 2G Orgy
    Of Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
    Why did we decide to audit ?
    “In January 2008, Department of Telecommunications issued 120 new licences for unified access services on the same day. These licences were issued at price which had been discovered in 2001. Issuance of 120 licences in just one day and at a price discovered in 2001 has drawn the attention of Media, Parliament and informed members of the civil society. Questions have been raised regarding the transparency in the allocation process and the failure in maximization of revenue generation from the allocation of spectrum, which is a national asset. This department had been receiving innumerable references from Members of Parliament and other sources repeatedly, questioning the allocation process and the price fixed for such allocation…”
    fromExecutive Summary of CAG Report on 2G Spectrum
  • 68. 2G Orgy
    Of Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
    “Who says there was no auction in 2 G ? There was in fact a successful auction of spectrum — only it was not conducted by the government but by its corporate sector cronies who made a fortune on the deal. Having been gifted that scarce public-owned resource by the government, the cronies then auctioned it privately for astronomical sums of money ...Also auctioned alongside were the government's individual Ministers, posts and integrity. Two auctions for the price of none….”
    P SainathThe Hindu Feb 21, 2011
  • 69. 2G Orgy
    Of Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
    Why did we decide to audit ?
    “In January 2008, Department of Telecommunications issued 120 new licences for unified access services on the same day. These licences were issued at price which had been discovered in 2001. Issuance of 120 licences in just one day and at a price discovered in 2001 has drawn the attention of Media, Parliament and informed members of the civil society. Questions have been raised regarding the transparency in the allocation process and the failure in maximization of revenue generation from the allocation of spectrum, which is a national asset. This department had been receiving innumerable references from Members of Parliament and other sources repeatedly, questioning the allocation process and the price fixed for such allocation…”
    fromExecutive Summary of CAG Report on 2G Spectrum
    “Who says there was no auction in 2 G ? There was in fact a successful auction of spectrum — only it was not conducted by the government but by its corporate sector cronies who made a fortune on the deal. Having been gifted that scarce public-owned resource by the government, the cronies then auctioned it privately for astronomical sums of money ...Also auctioned alongside were the government's individual Ministers, posts and integrity. Two auctions for the price of none….”P SainathThe Hindu Feb 21, 2011
  • 70. 12-zero figure from Horse’s Mouth
    Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
  • 71. 12-zero figure from Horse’s Mouth
    Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
    CAG Formula vs. KapilSibal Formula
  • 72. 12-zero figure from Horse’s Mouth
    Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
  • 73. 12-zero figure from Horse’s Mouth
    Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
    What CAG found on 2G Spectrum
    (i) Gaps in policy implementation.
    (ii) Telecom Commission was not consulted.
    (iii) Views and concerns of Ministry of Finance overruled.
    (iv) Advice of Ministry of Law and Justice were ignored.
    (v) Hon'ble Prime Minister's suggestions were not followed.
    (vi) Arbitrary changes by DoT in the cut-off date.
    (vii) First Come First Served Policy was not followed.
    (viii) Issue of license to ineligible applicants.
    (ix) Presumptive value of spectrum allocated to 122 new UAS licensees and 35 Dual Technology licensees in 2007-08.
    (x) Value of additional spectrum allotted to 13 existing operators beyond contracted quantities.
    fromExecutive Summary of CAG Report on 2G Spectrum
  • 74. 12-zero figure from Horse’s Mouth
    Rs. 17,60,00, 00,00,00,000
    CAG Formula vs. KapilSibal Formula
    What CAG found on 2G Spectrum
    (i) Gaps in policy implementation (ii) Telecom Commission was not consulted (iii) Views and concerns of Ministry of Finance overruled (iv) Advice of Ministry of Law and Justice were ignored (v) Hon'ble Prime Minister's suggestions were not followed (vi) Arbitrary changes by DoT in the cut-off date. (vii) First Come First Served Policy was not followed (viii) Issue of license to ineligible applicants (ix) Presumptive value of spectrum allocated to 122 new UAS licencees
    and 35 Dual Technology licencees in 2007-08 (x) Value of additional spectrum allotted to 13 existing operators beyond
    contracted quantities
    fromExecutive Summary of CAG Report on 2G Spectrum
  • 75. 2G and other Orgy Partners
    as per Radia Tapes
    Disclaimer:  This maze is an Artist’s impression of 2G and other Orgy parties.  Any resemblance with persons partying in public or private not  co-incidental,  more likely to be  factual. 
  • 76. 2G and other Orgy Partners
    as per Radia Tapes
    “The telecom, mining and oil exploration policies were designed to benefit certain big business houses and select corporates. State policy has brazenly become an instrument in the process of accumulation of capital. The recent revelations have confirmed the hard truth. The prime minister presides over a cabinet in which some are advocates of certain business interests and some are businessmen themselves. A few are lawyers who have represented the very corporateswith whom they have to deal with in the portfolios they look after. It is illegal money generated by the corrupt big business-politician-bureaucrat nexus that is flowing into the political system and perverting politics and democracy. There is a direct link between this corruption and the illegal money which is being used on a large scale in elections..”
    Prakash Karat .-CPI(M)
  • 77. 2G and other Orgy Partners
    as per Radia Tapes
    “The telecom, mining and oil exploration policies were designed to benefit certain big business houses and select corporates. State policy has brazenly become an instrument in the process of accumulation of capital..........The recent revelations have confirmed the hard truth. The prime minister presides over a cabinet in which some are advocates of certain business interests and some are businessmen themselves. A few are lawyers who have represented the very corporates with whom they have to deal with in the portfolios they look after. It is illegal money generated by the corrupt big business-politician-bureaucrat nexus that is flowing into the political system and perverting politics and democracy. There is a direct link between this corruption and the illegal money which is being used on a large scale in elections..”
    Prakash Karat .-CPI(M)
    Disclaimer:  This maze is an Artist’s impression of 2G and other Orgy parties.  Any resemblance with persons partying in public or private not  co-incidental,  more likely to be  factual. 
  • 78. Karnataka Landscams
  • 79. Karnataka Landscams
  • 80. Karnataka Landscams
  • 81. Karnataka Landscams
    Land Scam in Karnataka has occurred in this decade in many forms
    • Over – acquisition for development projects (e.g. NICE).
    • 82. ‘Fixed’ auction of govt lands at low prices, to ‘interested’ parties.
    • 83. Using discretionary powers for allocation to ‘interested’ trusts, education institutions, mutts, companies, political favorites, relatives, friends etc.
    • 84. De-notification of land.
    • 85. In the name of acquisition for SEZ from farmers.
    • 86. Handing over forest land to companies.
  • Karnataka Landscams
    • According to AT Ramaswamy committee that investigated first phase of Land scams (up to 2004?) about 41,000 acres of land in and around was scandalously grabbed.
    • 87. NICE over-acquisition scam amounts to more than Rs. 10,000 Crores.
    • 88. Taking a conservative price of Rs. 1000/sq.ft. for land grabbed (41,000 acres) works out to loot of Rs. 1550 Crores.
    • 89. Value of land grabbed by Yediyurappa family alone in and around Shimoga alone, said to amount to Rs. 2000 Crores.
    • 90. YediyurappaGovt. has denotified at least 600 acres of prime land in and around Bangalore, with a value of around Rs. 3800 crores.
    • 91. Lokayukta is investigating 18 cases of Land grab by CM Yediyurappaalone.
    • 92. Lokayukta filed an FIR and Urban Development Minister Katta had to resign
    • 93. Any time an FIR may be filed on CM in any of these cases.
  • Karnataka Landscams
    Land Scam in Karnataka has occurred in this decade in many forms
    • over – acquisition for development projects (e.g. NICE)
    • 94. ‘fixed’ auction of govt lands at low prices, to ‘interested’ parties
    • 95. Using discretionary powers for allocation to ‘interested’ trusts, education institutions, mutts, companies, political favourites, relatives, friends etc.
    • 96. De-notification of land
    • 97. in the name of acquisition for SEZ from farmers
    • 98. Handing over forest land to companies
    • 99. According to AT Ramaswamy committee that investigated first phase of Land scams (upto 2004 ?) about 41,000 acres of land in and around was scandalously grabbed
    • 100. NICE over-acquisition scam amonuts to more than Rs. 10,000 crores
    • 101. Taking a conservative price of Rs. 1000/sq.ft. for land grabbed (41,000 acres) works out to loot of Rs. 1550 Crores
    • 102. Value of land grabbed by Yediyurappa family alone in and around Shimoga alone, said to amount to Rs. 2000 Crores
    • 103. YediyurappaGovt has denotified at least 600 acres of prime land in and around Bangalore, with a value of around Rs. 3800 crores
    • 104. Lokayukta is investigating 18 cases of Land grab by CM Yediyurappa alone
    • 105. Lokayukta filed an FIR and Urban Development Minister Katta had to resign
    • 106. Any time an FIR may be filed on CM in any of these cases
  • Karnataka Minescam
  • 107. Karnataka Minescam
  • 108. Karnataka Minescam
    Mining scam mainly consist of
    • Mining without required lease license.
    • 109. Extending license to adjoining areas, state also.
    • 110. Export of minerals without license.
    • 111. Tamper with land records to obfuscate borders and illegal mining areas.
    • 112. Conduct mining with forged license papers.
    • 113. Using forest areas and free areas as dumping ground.
    • 114. Undervalue exports to a fromt company.
    • 115. Evasion of taxes on mining and exports.
    • 116. Reddy brothers of Bellary owning Oblapura Mining Company are the major perpetrators.
    • 117. Used their proximity with former AP CM YSR and current BJP Govtto cover-up and carry on illegal mining.
  • Karnataka Minescam
    • 2003-04 to 2009-1010, a total of 304.91 lakh tonnes of iron ore had been exported without valid permits. 71.28 lakh tonnes was illegally exported in 2009-10 alone.
    • 118. The nominal value of the illegally exported iron ore from Karnataka comes to Rs 15,245 crore.
    • 119. CEC appointed by Supreme Court has indicted OMC of Reddy brothers of most suspected scam methods listed above.
    • 120. CEC has also indicted both state governments of allowing and conniving with illegal activities of mining companies.
    • 121. ED has estimated IT evasion of atleast Rs. 86 crores using undervalued exports to a front company.
    • 122. Total estimated loot in mining scams is Rs. 22,000 crores.
    • 123. Supreme Court has banned mining in 19 mining leases in Bellary area and exports .
  • Karnataka Minescam
    Mining scam mainly consist of
    • Mining without required lease license
    • 124. Extending license to adjoining areas, state also
    • 125. Export of minerals without license
    • 126. Tamper with land records to obfuscate borders and illegal mining areas
    • 127. Conduct mining with forged license papers
    • 128. Using forest areas and free areas as dumping ground
    • 129. Undervalue exports to a fromt company
    • 130. Evasion of taxes on mining and exports
    • 131. Reddy brothers of Bellary owning Oblapura Mining Company are the major perpetrators
    • 132. Used their proximity with former AP CM YSR and current BJP govt to cover-up and carry on illegal mining
    • 133. 2003-04 to 2009-1010, a total of 304.91 lakh tonnes of iron ore had been exported without valid permits. 71.28 lakh tonnes was illegally exported in 2009-10 alone.
    • 134. the nominal value of the illegally exported iron ore from Karnataka comes to Rs 15,245 crore
    • 135. CEC appointed by Supreme Court has indicted OMC of Reddy brothers of most suspected scam methods listed above
    • 136. CEC has also indicted both state governments of allowing and conniving with illegal activities of mining companies
    • 137. ED has estimated IT evasion of atleast Rs. 86 crores using undervalued exports to a front company
    • 138. Total estimated loot in mining scams is Rs. 22,000 crores
    • 139. Supreme Court has banned mining in 19 mining leases in Bellary area and exports .
  • Kar(nataka) Circus
  • 140. Kar(nataka) Circus
    TAGS our LEADERS have earned us
    • Karnataka seen as most corrupt states in India
    • 141. State ruled by real estate and  mining mafia
    • 142. Fixing and toppling of Govt.s by the Mafia
    • 143. Operation Lotus to Resort politics, they've done it all
    • 144. Average rate of MLA around Rs. 50 crores
  • Kar(nataka) Circus
  • 145. Kar(nataka) Circus
    “Karnataka is on the path of becoming number one state in the country in corruption….”
    Prof. G Venkatasbbayya veteran scholar - in the Presidential Address of 77th Kannada SahityaParishath
  • 146. Kar(nataka) Circus
  • 147. Kar(nataka) Circus
    TAGS our LEADERS have earned us
    • Karnataka seen as most corrupt states in India
    • 148. State ruled by real estate and mining mafia
    • 149. Fixing and toppling of Govt.s by the Mafia
    • 150. Operation Lotus to Resort politics, they've done it all
    • 151. Average rate of MLA around Rs. 50 crores
    “Karnataka is on the path of becoming number one state in the country in corruption….”
    Prof. G Venkatasbbayya veteran scholar - in the Presidential Address of 77th Kannada SahityaParishath
  • 152. Black Money - Swiss Banks, Hawala and Mutts
  • 153. Black Money - Swiss Banks, Hawala and Mutts
  • 154. Black Money - Swiss Banks, Hawala and Mutts
    • Corruption scams are not the only form in which we are being looted by the rich and ugly.
    • 155. Legal/Illegal Tax evasion, Black Money, Hawala, Depositing in Swiss Banks and other tax havens, underworld and religious mutts – are some other forms.
    • 156. This rich and ugly brigade include politicians, bureaucrats, actors, industry captains, traders, underworld dons.
    • 157. Most of such money is earned in shady activities and deals.
  • Swiss Banks, Underworld and Mutts
    India is first among deposits in Tax havens,
    • Over 3 times the 2nd and 3rd runner-up - UK and Russia, 14 times 4th and 5th Ukraine and China.
    • 158. India lost over $ 460 Billion (Rs. 21 Lakhcrores) since 1947 in illegal capital outflows.
    • 159. Losing Rs. 240 crores per day in illegal outflows.
    • 160. India has a 74th place in per Transparency index even below.
  • Swiss Banks, Underworld and Mutts
    • Corruption scams are not the only form in which we are being looted by the rich and ugly
    • 161. Legal/Illegal Tax evasion, Black Money, Hawala, Depositing in Swiss Banks and other tax havens, underworld and religious mutts – are some other forms
    • 162. This rich and ugly brigade include politicians, bureaucrats, actors, industry captains, traders, underworld dons
    • 163. Most of such money is earned in shady activities and deals
    India is first among deposits in Tax havens,
    • Over 3 times the 2nd and 3rd runner-up - UK and Russia, 14 times 4th and 5th Ukraine and China
    • 164. India lost over $ 460 Billion (Rs. 21 Lakhcrores) since 1947 in illegal capital outflows
    • 165. Losing Rs. 240 crores per day in illegal outflows
    • 166. India has a 74th place in per Transparency index even below

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