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Court seeks report on complaint against ‘Anna SMS cards’

Court seeks report on complaint against ‘Anna SMS cards’

Anna SMS cardNew Delhi, October 24 A court Thursday directed town police to file an action taken report on a plea seeking registration of FIR against anna Hazare and former Team anna members for allegedly cheating over four crore individuals by selling them ‘Anna SMS cards’.

Metropolitan judge Akash jain directed the Parliament Street station officer to appear into the criminal complaint filed by Rumal Singh and file a report by November 30, on allegations that the ‘Anna SMS cards’ service, that reticular the team Rs.100 crore, was discontinued before the promised one year time.

Rumal Singh said that he was a part of the India Against Coruption (IAC) movement headed by Hazare and others.

Hazare, yet as Arvind Kejriwal, Kiran Bedi, Kumar Viswas, Sanjay Singh, Manish Sisodia and Gopal Rai, who were the core members of the IAC and later fragmented and shaped their own organisation – Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), defrauded quite four crore individuals allegedly in collusion with the non-public corporations, he said in his complaint.

Advocate Saliender Pratap Singh, showing for the complainant, said that the SMS card launched in February 2012, ensured the individuals to supply data regarding the Hazare-led campaign’s activities for a year.

The price of every SMS card, that was valid for a year was of Rs 20 however was sold to the general public and volunteers of the movement at Rs 25, the criticism said.

It further submitted that “after begin of anna SMS cards facility in the last week of February 2012, the service was abruptly terminated inside a month… where in the original anna SMS card facility was valid for a amount of 1 year from the date of purchase.”



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