Tajinder Bagga Exposes Ravish Kumar’s Move To Show Congress Leader As Common Businessman

4:50 pm 16 Nov, 2016


In a video, Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga, head of the Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena, claimed to expose NDTV India anchor Ravish Kumar’s move to show Congress leader as a poor businessman affected by PM Modi’s demonetisation move.

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He starts the video by appreciating PM Modi’s move to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1000 bank notes, saying with this those who have the ill-gotten black money are having sleepless nights.

Bagga requests people to bear with the hardships for one week so that the black money of those who have looted the country for over 60 years, gets over.

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He then says that there are some who are spreading misinformation among the people by saying that poor businessmen or common people are affected by it.

He then shows the visuals of a NDTV India Prime Time show in which the anchor Ravish Kumar tries to gauge the public opinion by going into Delhi’s Chandni Chowk market.

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“While talking to people Ravish gives an impression that he is neutral. Soon a crowd of common people gathers near him which showers praise on PM Modi,” Bagga in his video stated.

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“Then Ravish Kumar changes his location because he faced difficulty due to people raising slogans. He introduces Ajay Arora as a common businessman. Thereafter Ravish asks Arora what sort of problems the trader community is facing. To this, Arora and other businessmen said that those having black money are not worried,” he said.

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He then goes to the Facebook page of Ajay Arora which states that he is convenor at Delhi State Traders Congress. He then takes up the list of scams that happened during the UPA rule including bofors scam, 2G spectrum scam, commonwealth games scam, coal scam and chopper scam.

He also points to an article that shows Ajay Arora demanding ticket from the Congress party.

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According to Bagga, there is conspiracy behind showing Congress leaders as common businessmen.

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Watch the video here:

 

 

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