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India’s Prime Minister Narender Modi, has undone the Black Cash Economy of India, despite odds in the Political and Business system of India.
BC Peoples Party president Vikram Bajwa. “Modi had promised us in Vancouver, he will open doors for NRI investments in India”, he kept his promise, said Bajwa.

Vancouver BC Canada. Sharan Dhillon. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be honored at Parvasi Divas, on January 7, 2017, for his bold steps to curb India’s $250 Billion Black market in Real Estate and Politics, said BC Peoples Party president Vikram Bajwa. “Modi had promised us in Vancouver, he will open doors for NRI investments in India”, he kept his promise, said Bajwa.

Ever since India’s Lok Sabha elections in 2014 Narendra Modi has extensively researched the US and Canadian economies, the strength of credit system, versus Cash System, including the Transparency in Economic policies. India opposition party Indian National Congress, suffered huge losses in the tune of 12 Lakh Rupees, as claimed by  BJP President Amit Shah. Similarly regionals State parties heading for Elections will suffer the Cash crunch, under the new policy of Demonetization of 500 and 1,000 rupee bills. Punjab’s Akali Dal, AAP and Uttar Pradesh BSP and Samajwadi Party have been targeted, under the NDA plan of Currency laws. This Demonetization is the game changer in Punjab, UP and Gujarat.

Rahul Gandhi of India’s Congress party and Arvind Kejriwal of AAP, have joined forces to counter Modi in Lok Sabha, but 8 Million NRI’s of USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Malaysia and S.Africa have declared Modi as the winner and an honest Prime Minister , since India’s Independence in 1947.

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