Earlier, even if a single story was published in the press against them, people used to shy away from public and feel embarrassed. Nowadays, the crooks have become so brazen that they are showing victory signs to the TV channel cameras while they are being arrested by the police.
More, these crooks want a law to protect them from police while they are stealing crores of rupees public money.
The hectic activity on this blog could not be missed after a criminal case was filed against NMart and suddenly a sizable number of crooks raised their ugly heads demanding refund of money from Gopal Singh Shekhawat.
Many of them knew that the chain is going to break any time but everyone wants their share of booty before it is closed. They just refuse to believe that the chain would break soon.
One reader reported from Gujarat that a criminal case was filed against Gopal Singh Shekhawat there in 2010 itself. The tactics of all these crooks is similar. They immediately file a writ petition in the respective States where police file criminal cases against them.
Look at the track record of Gopal Singh Shekhawat. He filed a writ petition in Rajastan High Court in 2010 and another writ petition in AP High Court also in 2010. Immediately, after Corporate Frauds Watch filed a criminal complaint against NMart, he filed two more writ petitions in AP High Court without mentioning the old writ petition. NMart has also chosen two more writ petitions in Bombay High Court.
Police keep quiet fearing wrath from the judiciary. And these crooks continue their looting. However, there is an elastic limit and the chain brreaks. Then they start running away from law.
That is exactly what Gopal Singh Shekhawat is doing now.
There is a demand from some quarters that a law is needed in favour of multilevel marketing. It is like thieves asking for an enactment to let them freely steal public money. When the multilevel marketing itself is illegal and a crime, how could there be a law in its favour.
The only category that is silent is that of burglars. No wonder if they too formed an association in future demanding a right to steal and an enactment in their favour.
Not surprisingly, everyone who joined such schemes knows well that the chain is going to break in near future. But everyone wants to make as much money as possible before the chain breaks and police start filing of criminal cases.
One fellow was heard saying that the management of NMart is filing a writ petition in the high court and they could continue till it is disposed of. This is the attitude of the members of such schemes. Everyone wants easy and quick money. They do not mind to cheat their own friends and relatives to achieve that. At the same time, there are some who are carried away by the tall promises of these crooks. In one word, the greed to get easy and quick money has been landing them in trouble.
My dear fellow humans all over world! There is nothing like easy and quick money and do not fall prey to such evil designs of these crooks.