Potrait Laundering – Bunty And Babli’s New Mantra To Paint Money White
By now, people of the country are well aware of arrested Yes Bank Founder Rana Kapoor buying a painting from Congress leader Priyanka Vadra for Rs 2 crore.
Reports suggest the selling price of the painting was decided by Priyanka Vadra herself and was not analysed by an expert.
Any sale of a painting needs certificates from experts for valuation. No such certificate was obtained by the Yes Bank founder, which has raised several questions over the sale of painting to Rana Kapoor.
BJP’s GVL Narasimha Rao alleged that Priyanka Vadra and Robert Vadra are experts in making quick money.
Robert Vadra earns crores of rupees through a land lead, which is not owned by him and Priyanka Vadra makes crores by selling a portrait of her father Rajiv Gandhi painted by MF Hussain to a scamster like Rana Kapoor, he said.
In fact, Robert Vadra and Priyanka Vadra are Bunti And Babli, who are making money through questionable means.
“You must know, even in Sharada Chit scam, several paintings were sold by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to the company promoters. This has become a new way of turning black money into white. We can call it portrait laundering,” Rao said.
On the one hand, Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi don’t pay their income tax. On the other, Bunty and Babli, make money by encroaching lands and selling portrait to a scamster, he said.
BJP’s Amit Malviya too flayed the Gandhis for having deep links with every financial crime in India.
He alleged that the absconding Vijay Mallya used to send flight upgrade tickets to Sonia Gandhi and had access to Manmohan Singh and P Chidambaram.
He also alleged that Rahul Gandhi had inaugurated Nirav Modi’s bridal jewellery collection.
Countering BJP’s allegations, Congress spokesperson Udit Raj questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi selling his suits for Rs 4.3 crores.
Udit Raj must realise that the people of the country are not dumb. They very well know what Modi does with the auctioned sale. He gives it for social causes, not for self-aggrandizement, as Bunty and Babli do.