Over Seas Friends of BJP –USA celebrated Anti Black Money Day in various cities, across the United States of America. As part of the celebrations, Chai pe Charcha events have been organized. During these events, OFBJP team thanked all Indians and NRI’s for their unwavering support to honorable Prime Minster of India, Shri Narendra Modi in the fight against Black Money. OFBJP team also explained wide range of benefits of demonization to the Indian Diaspora.
President, Shri Krishna Reddy Anugula said, “Demonetization helped in recognizing and de-registering over 2 Lakh shell companies, and unearthed crores of unaccounted money.” Vice President, Shri Adapa Prasad said, “Demonetization gave a severe blow to terrorists, Naxalites, and hawala money launderers. It also paved the path for Indian economy to move on cash less, digital economy.”
Organinzing Secretary Shri Vasu Dev Patel, said, “Demonetization boosted Tax paying members in the country and helped in cleaning long pending Indian finance system.” National council member Smt. Kalpana Shukla, New Jersey Coordinator, Shri Aravind Patel, Co-Coordinator, Shri Anand Jain, Media Co-Convener Shri Digamber Eslampure, National Youth Co-Convener, Shri Vilas Reddy Jambula and other OFBJP leaders, Shri Pramod Bhagat, Shri Dinesh Desai, Shri Vamsi Yamjala and community leaders, Shri Alpesh Patel, Shri Pranav Patel and others have participated in the New Jersey event. Similar events were organized from coast to coast.
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