Two years of demonetisation: BJP slams Congress for ‘anti-development mindset’, asks these 10 questions

In a series of questions, the saffron party asked questions on number of issues and accused the Congress of living in a state of denial.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 8, 2018 1:43:16 pm
On demonetisation anniversary BJP asks Congress these 10 questions, accuse it of 'anti-development mindset' In a series of questions, the saffron party asked questions on a number of issues and accused the Congress of living in a state of denial.

On the second anniversary of demonetisation, the BJP on Friday put up ten questions to Congress and slammed the party for its ‘anti-development mindset’, while defending its own policies against corruption and black money. In a series of tweets, the saffron party asked questions on a number of issues and accused the Congress of living in a state of denial.

In a move to ‘check black money’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had on November 8, 2016, demonetised the bank notes of Rs 1000 and Rs 500. The move was highly criticised by the Congress and opposition parties, with the former prime minister Manmohan Singh also condemning the decision of note ban.

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On the second anniversary of note ban, Singh on Thursday said the scars and wounds from 2016 are only getting more visible with time, adding that the consequences of the note ban are still unravelling.

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Here are the ten questions asked by the BJP to Congress as the grand old party holds nationwide protests and demand an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “ruining and wrecking” the economy:

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