Saket Gokhale bail denied: “Once upon a time, there lived a poor Brahmin. He was work-shy. He used to beg for a living. One day he got a business idea. He started begging for money on twitter, claiming that he needs money to file RTIs to expose fascist forces. Gullible Indians made him rich.” These were the words used by Dilip Mandal, famous for spewing hate against the Brahmin community for Saket Gokhale. Saket Gokhale, once a darling of the left-liberal cabal, is now busy running court to court to get bail.
No bail for Saket Gokhale in money laundering case
Saket Gokhale, an alleged scamster, has been accused of money laundering. The Gujarat High Court, on Thursday dismissed his bail application in the case. Gokhale is accused of misusing money in living a luxurious life off the bits thrown at home by like-minded imbeciles and through crowdfunding. The ones invested in Gokhale, an infamous RTI activist, believed that a regime change can be initiated through Public Interest Litigation (PIL) and RTI activism.
What Gujarat High Court said about Gokhale?
While dismissing the bail plea filed by Trinamool Congress leader Saket Gokhale, the court observed that it appears that Gokhale had utilised the funds raised through crowdfunding for his personal expenses.
Last year he was arrested for spreading fake news. Then, Gokhale was arrested over accusations of misappropriation of funds of over Rs 1 crore. On January 25, the Enforcement Directorate arrested Gokhale under sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act in Ahmedabad and sent him to custody till January 31 by a city court.
He has been charged under sections 420 (cheating), 406 (criminal breach of trust), and 467 (forgery) of the Indian Penal Code.
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Saket Gokhale, PILs, RTIs and Crowdfunding
Saket Gokhale is a famous name of the left-liberal brigade and has been seeking crowdfunding for more than three years now. Gokhale has been following a set pattern and has built his image as a person who speaks truth to power or is keeping the current government in check.
Gokhale first tells people that he is working against the current government that the cabal alleges to be fascist. Then he asks people who like his work to donate to his cause of activism, so he could continue his work. This is how the liberals, far-left extremists, and Islamists end up getting honey-trapped into Gokhale’s alleged financial scam. Gokhale seems to have allegedly raised over a crore in one year to fund his ‘operations’. However, with the recent noose tied by the agencies around Gokhale it’s clear that his model of business is going to cost him dearly.
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