Saturday , February 27 2021

Congressional plans protest in Marches, Trinamool watching the black day



New Delhi:

The congressional party on Friday called for a national protest marking two years of demonization. Congressional leaders across the country go to the streets and protest what they call the "Tughlaqi farmaa" government on November 8, 2016, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the release was 500 and 1,000 rupees.

Congressional leaders and workers would marshons to protest for the "full collapse" of the Indian economy that launched the "Tughlaqi farmaa" demonetization two years ago, a spokesman for Congressman Manish Tewari said on Wednesday. The party has called for an apology from the prime minister for "destroying and destroying Indian economics".

In Delhi, congressional workers will keep candle-lit candles tomorrow with Jantar Mantar at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) headquarters, and all units at the state level also have been holding protests of correspondence. Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram will be in Kolkata on Friday to hold a meeting on "failed demilitarization".

The party said none of the three goals – not stopping the black money, removing false notes, and checking the terrorist funds – which was given by the prime minister. The ban note only helped "a few of the sympathetic capitalist friends of PM Fashion. Demonstration was a black day for our democracy and our economy," the congress said on Twitter.

Minister of the Union Piyush Goyal, took over the opposition on social media. "Two years ago, 125 Indian crusaders led by Prime Minister Narendre Modi joined their hands to take on the evil forces of corruption, black money, and terrorism. We are making rapid progress towards New India," the minister tweeted.

The Trinamool Congressional Party (TMC), which has always been one of the strongest criticisms of the demilitarization, has said it will observe the 'Black Day' marking the second anniversary of the ban on recording. "Today is the second anniversary of catastrophic demonization, from the moment it was announced that I said it," said well-known economists, ordinary people, and all experts, "said tweeted chief of Mamata Banerjee. he despises our nation … People will punish those who have done so. "

The IRB on Tuesday declined to disclose the costs incurred due to the removal of prohibited banknotes in the value of 15,31,073 kn of crustaceans who returned to banks after demonization. For inquiries under the Law on the Right to Information (RTI), the IRB said that this information was not available and "disproportionately redirected resources". Likewise, the IRB did not respond as to how much the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes were destroyed.


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