Sunday, January 31, 2010

Hacker Wanted

Wanted a smart hacker, skilful at banking transaction, allowance 2.5 million euros. Contact Pranab Mukherjee, the Finance Minister of India, North Block, New Delhi.

It is presumed that an amount of rupees 70 lakh crores or US $ 1400 billion of black money of India are stashed in Swiss banks. It’s a huge sum of money, and the matter was intently taken up by the main opposition party as their important election issue during the General Election in 2009. Looking at the current recession and job cuts, the governments of United States and Germany had raised the curtain to recover the illegal money flown into foreign banks.

After the election was over, the issue took a backbencher, and now it seems that there is no way we can get back our own money from the Swiss Bank. The amount of money stored in foreign banks by Indians is the largest amount by any country. Summarily, the amount is so large that even if it is distributed amongst the one billion populations, each person would receive an amount of Rs. 70,000 cash. If we presume that each family in India consists of only four members (which is not, it is much more), each family could make its own house for decent living from its share of Rs.2,80,000. This is really a matter of sheer joy, and must receive an accolade.

But nothing went on in the right direction, as is the case, due to unwillingness of our elected government because this money belongs to the most influential people of India. Recently, an informant has offered to sell the German government the data of 1,500 possible tax evaders with bank account in Switzerland. The informant is seeking 2.5 million euros for the detailed confidential data, which might rake in 100 million euros for German state coffers.

We therefore, earnestly request our Hon"ble FM to either contact the above informant for making a deal to procure a detailed report of people having unlawful transactions in Swiss Bank, or seek the services of a hacker, as per above advertisement, to get to the bottom of the case.

It will surely not be a bad deal for a whopping amount of 1400 billions of US dollars.

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