Vicky Nanjappa

Journalism for Vertebrates®

WSJ ad: When economic fugitives and frauds run anti-India campaigns

An anti-India advertisement published in the Wall Street Journal calls for sanctions against India’s FM and ironically, the man behind the ad is someone who has long been dubbed as fugitive economic offender by the ED

New Delhi, Oct 17: The anti-India network can go to any lengths and it does not matter to them even if it is powered by a fugitive economic offender. This time the man in the news for the shameful anti-India advertisement in the Wall Street Journal is Ramachandran Viswanathan, an accused in a money laundering case, fugitive economic offender and former CEO of Devas.

Viswanathan, a US citizen of Indian origin, is in the forefront of an anti-India, anti-Modi campaign calling for sanctions against Nirmala Sitharaman, the finance minister of India. The advertisement also calls for sanctions against Supreme Court judges and top enforcement agency officials under America’s Magnitsky Act.

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