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Acche Din yet to come, BJP must work on black money promise: Former SC judge

New Delhi: Former Supreme Court Judge Santosh Hegde said though Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a lot of efforts but “Achhe Din” are yet to come. Hegde feels the BJP -led NDA government should tell people why it is unable to fulfill its election promise of bringing back black money.

He said. “I won’t say they have delivered. As compared to the previous government, shade of corruption I don’t see. So far as Prime Minister is concerned, he has made lot of efforts but ‘Achhe Din Abhi Tak Aaye Nahin’.”

He also said that he was impressed by Modi’s address to US Congress earlier this month. He said. “Relationship with foreign countries has developed very much. It’s a change from the earlier political dispensation.”

Reminding the promise made by BJP to bring back black money stashed abroad, he said, “They must bring it back. I really, really don’t understand what’s the hurdle they have. They should tell the people what’s it that they have done about it. Have they approached the Swiss government? Has the Swiss government denied information? Come out with it. It just can’t be only an election manifesto.”

Pointing at the AAP chief Mr.Hegde said I don’t think that the AAP chief has made any impact in either curbing. corruption or promoting good governance.

“Two ministers (of Delhi government) are under scanner, three other ministers…police have filed complaint against,” He said.

“It will take a long time before people start revolting. Unless we change the society which today respects power and money only, unless we rebuild a society of 1950s and 1960s which boycotted the corrupt…we have to build such a society. Fall in moral values is the cause for most of our problems today in the country,” he said.
“When the going is bad, Kejriwal starts pointing finger at others,” he claimed.

“What did he do in the first 52 days?…49 days he spent at Rajpath (in New Delhi), protesting, is it running a government? Merely because police officers were not suspended, a constitutionally- elected government…I (Kejriwal) am functioning from Rajpath. Nothing personal against him. Only his action I am criticising,” Hegde added.