Here’s How PM Narendra Modi Hit Out At His Critics Questioning Demonetisation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that those who accused the government of not being prepared for demonetisation were themselves not ready. His remarks came at a book release function at the Parliament complex. He further said that the common man has become a soldier against corruption and black money. PM Modi’s remarks come amid repeated disruptions by the opposition in both houses of Parliament questioning government’s demonetisation move. Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh in the Rajya Sabha called the move a case of ‘monumental mismanagement’, ‘organised loot’ and ‘legalised plunder’ and asked PM Modi to come up with practical and pragmatic solutions to relieve common people of their distress. The opposition parties led by the Congress have clamoured for a statement by the prime minister on the demonetisation move.

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    Sreenivasan
    Nov 28, 2016 at 8:41 am
    Conduct a search all over India and submit a report giving details of people who had black money with them. We only see the most poor people of India and the ried cl standing in the queue. Even in cities it is so. How the rich people are spending or whitening their black cash is the government to find out. I am sure, none of them will set fire to the old notes or just bury them to conceal their shame. Black Money is converted into white money with the full knowledge of Bank officials and government through the available back door entries. Government gave them enough time to do it. There was no need to put the poor people in trouble.
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    Sankaran Krishnan
    Nov 28, 2016 at 3:00 am
    After the People of India response and for their full support extended to PM Modi they are forced to act against and criticize the move forgetting the fact that they are acting against the wishes of the People of the Nation who are all supported the move against Black Money Holders !!!
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