Congress accuses BJP of money laundering through “mega Bitcoin scam,” BJP strikes back!

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July 6, 2018 by
Congress accuses BJP of money laundering through “mega Bitcoin scam,” BJP strikes back!

The Indian National Congress (INC) has actually implicated the ruling party (BJP) of being involved in a “huge Bitcoin fraud.” Inning Accordance With Hindustan Times, they have actually alleged that the BJP has actually orchestrated a Bitcoin scam well worth over 5000 crores! Congress speaker, Shaktisinh Gohil, claimed that Gujarat Cops has uncovered this fraud and also the state’s leading BJP leadership was included. He additionally stated that these leaders were transforming black loan using hawala transactions.

Previously, 13 BJP MLA’s from the state of UP had asserted to have actually received hazards through WhatsApp messages. They affirmed that they were being obtained and asked to down payment 10 lakh into a Bitcoin account.

Talking to press reporters about the claimed rip-off, Gohil claimed,

” There were reports of the state police blackmailing some business people in Surat for extortion and named a former BJP lawmaker as one of the authorities.”

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He also called the President of the Bharatiya Janata Event, Amit Shah. He stated,

” As the BJP is scrambling for response to explain how Ahmedabad District Cooperative Financial institution, whose supervisor is BJP chief Amit Shah, got old currency worth ~ 745.58 crores in simply five days as well as just how ~ 3118.51 crores was deposited in 11 district co-operative banks related to BJP leaders in Gujarat itself, a brand-new ‘mega bitcoin scam’ worth more than Rs 5,000 crore has been unravelled in the state.”

According to Gohil, the demonetization performed by the existing federal government was a tactic to hide their cash laundering. He affirms that both demonetization and also this Bitcoin fraud was to convert their black money into white. He further included,

” We require an unbiased Supreme Court-monitored judicial investigation in this maze of ‘huge bitcoin scam’ to ensure that the reality appears.”

The BJP, on the other hand, brushed aside these allegations deeming them absurd. Anil Baluni, the representative for BJP, said these claims by the INC were laughable. Speaking about the claims, he said it couldn’t obtain even more unfortunate compared to this as Gujarat Authorities had split the instance. He even more added that the authorities had actually acted versus numerous individuals involved in the case.

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The BJP speaker claimed,

” The dirty tricks department of the Congress goes to work to spread confusion and also lies. It is criticizing the authorities, which has actually revealed the case. I question if the Congress is attempting to assist somebody in this situation as part of a conspiracy theory.”

India and cryptocurrency share a rocky partnership. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has actually provided a restriction on cryptocurrency trading. As well as adhering to that they issued an order directing financial institutions to stop using solutions to crypto exchanges and investors. The Indian crypto community attracted the High court to grant a stay against the RBI’s restriction on cryptocurrency. But this was to no avail, as the High court refused to stay the RBI’s ban. Currently it appears crypto exchanges and also investors are back to fresh start, with no financial institution ready to provide services!


A mechanical engineer turned journalist, Shekar takes a keen interest in the study and analysis of cryptocurrencies and blockchain strategy. With the cryptocurrency world blooming in the recent days, he finds great interest in monitoring their growth and gathering every possible piece of information about them. He works as a crypto-journalist for the website Coinchats.

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