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Painstaking prosecution of Jyoti and Kiran would help anti-graft agencies

Immorality and illegality are siblings, and a painstaking prosecution of the cyber bullying and extortion case against the Matharoo sisters would expose some of their victims as beneficiaries of ill-gotten wealth possibly made from fleecing the nation.

Research has shown that most people who partake in ridiculous sex schemes and lavish money on ladies of easy virtues are spending the extras from stolen state or private funds.

And the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission would have had leads to work on.

Who throws $10,000 around for sex? Who treats ladies to lavish escapades away from prying eyes? Who buys $20,000 Hermes bag for ladies? Who lodges at $5,000 a day suites? Who flies private jets on nonsensical expeditions? Who seeks fun for the sake of it?

Only those who have not really worked hard for their money, who are cheating the state or private companies from humongous resources, who are taking advantage of loopholes in the system.

A careful check of the victims – who purportedly warmed the beds of Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo, who are paying monies demanded so that they could be spared from embarrassment – would expose looters and economic saboteurs committing high financial crimes…

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