Thursday, January 25, 2018

My cat ate my checkbook - DSK tells Bombay High Court

To avoid arrest on 22nd January DSK informed Bombay High Court that - My Lord, the cheque is in the post - the famous lie used in the business world.

The court ordered police to verify but once again gave time to DSK.

"Can you deposit 50 Crores on 25th January?," the court asked the advocate of DSK.

After consulting with the assistants of DSK the advocate said,"Yes, My Lord!"

However, my sources have told me that till 24th evening the 50 Cr haven't reached from Singapore to Pune.

In his blog, Vijay Kumbhar has raised questions about the Singapore based company which has sent the money and the authenticity of the documents DSK has submitted to the court.

But, you all know that both of us are biased.

Who knows? DSK might have received the money.

E.D. and Income-tax Department mighy not have taken any objection this money.

And today at 11 am DSK might deposit 50 Crores and get an anticipatory bail.

But if Vijay Kumbhar is right and DSK doesn't have money to deposit what excuse will he give to the court? I am wondering, on my way to Bombay High Court.

As far as I know DSK, his excuse would be - "My Lord, my cat ate my chequeboook. Please, give me some time to get a new cheque book"

Considering that 26th, 27th, & 28th are holidays, I may have to go to Bombay High Court in the next week.

What do you think?

1 comment:

  1. And as per Raj Thakre, the cat must be from UP-Bihar !

    Btw, builders & hoarders having flats in Pune will see more pressure on sales as new hiring in IT sector is negligible compared to what it was few years back.

    TCS hiring drops 85% as growth stutters -

    It is a reflection of the fact that bulk hiring are a thing of past as companies look at niche and new skill sets,
    In first six months of this fiscal, top six Indian IT companies saw its workforce decline by 13,402

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/tcs-hiring-drops-as-growth-stutters/articleshow/62466283.cms

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