Arvind Kejriwal, hates Modi more then he loves New Delhi
New Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal: It looks like the Delhi Chief Minister have learnt the art the doing what he likes doing the most, find out all the shortcoming and decisions made by others and especially if it is made by the PM Narendra Modi.
Here are top 10 quotes on the indifference arised due to the demonetisation
The Delhi CM claimed that black money and corruption have "increased" by 10 times ever since the ban of high-value currency. Apart from this he and mamta had been most vocal against the demonetisation.
demonetisation a “flop”, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “arrogance and obstinacy” has pushed the country 10 years back and that the measure has “failed” to curb black money, corruption, circulation of counterfeit currency and terror financing.
Today, it has been 20 days of introducing demonetisation of high currency notes. It has completely failed to curb black money, funding to terrorism, fake notes and corruption. Demonetisation has flopped
“Since demonetisation was announced, Rs 8 lakh crore has been deposited by the people in their bank accounts and according to our information, out of them, no black money has been deposited so far…The PM’s arrogance and obstinacy has pushed the country 10 years back.
“Gold is also being bought for Rs 30,000 per 10 gm, but through wrong channel, it is being bought for Rs 56,000,” he alleged.
“The Prime Minister is probably avoiding Parliament as he is scared of facing certain allegations against him,” Kejriwal said.
He said the measure to scrap 500 and 1,000 rupee notes is the "biggest scam of independent India" that has only created "chaos" everywhere.
"At a time when there is chaos everywhere and businesses are suffering due to the demonetisation, Modiji was busy living a life of luxury, changing his clothes more than six times in a day and flying in big planes,".
"Modiji had sought 50 days. It has achieved nothing in the last 30 days and nothing will happen in the remaining period. It is a scam," Kejriwal, who has been demanding the rollback of note ban, said.
He alleged that the Centre was stalling the probe against Gujarat businessman Mahesh Shah, who had declared a whopping 13,860 crore under the black money scheme saying he was acting as a 'front' for others.
“The government has claimed that already Rs 12 lakh crore has come back after the demonetisation move. This was done so that the money which comes back through the demonetisation move could be used to write off bad loans and Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) worth Rs 8 lakh crore,” added Kejriwal.