Members of India Against Corruption campaign accused of cheating

Anna SMS card spells trouble for IAC
New Delhi, Oct 25: Members of the India Against Corruption (IAC) movement have been accused of cheating the public by selling them 'Anna SMS cards' and discontinuing the service before expiry date.

A city court has asked the Delhi police to submit a report on the case.

According to a complaint filed by a Delhi resident, Rumal Singh, members of the IAC had sold the SMS cards to crores of people during the IAC campaign. The SMS cards were launched last year in order to create awareness about the IAC campaign among the subscribers. The cards were sold for Rs 25 each and were valid for a year.

Anna SMS card service were discontinued within a month

However Singh has alleged that the service was discontinued within a month and the subscribers were not given a proper reason for the discontinuation.

He also alleged that Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal was informed about the same but he did not take any steps to restart the services. Singh also added that the IAC used the SMS cards as a scheme to finance their movement as they were facing a terrible cash crunch.

A report on the case will be submitted by November 30.

OneIndia News

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