New Delhi: Terming demonetisation as a ‘dread assault’, Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi said Friday that those behind the ‘horrible’ ambush are yet to be brought to equity. His assault on the administration went ahead the third commemoration of demonetisation.
PM Narendra Modi had declared November 8, 2016, to the country that Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 cash notes would stop to be a legitimate delicate.
“It’s 3 yrs since the Demonetisation dread assault that crushed the Indian economy, taking numerous lives, clearing out lakhs of independent ventures and leaving a great many Indians jobless (sic),” Rahul Gandhi said in a tweet.
“Those behind this ‘awful assault’ still can’t seem to be brought to equity,” the previous Congress president stated, utilizing the hashtag ‘DeMonetisation Disaster’ (sic).
Congress’ main representative Randeep Surjewala likewise hit out at Modi for the demonetisation move, portraying him as ‘the present Tughlaq’.
“Sultan Muhammad canister Tughlaq rendered the nation’s money futile in the year 1330. The present Tughlaq did likewise November 8, 2016,” he said in a tweet.
“3 years have passed and the nation is enduring on the grounds that economy fallen, work lost. Neither one of the terrorisms halted, nor the matter of phony notes,” Surjewala stated, and asked ‘who is mindful’.
Surjewala additionally refered to worldwide rating organization Moody’s bringing down the point of view toward the administration of India’s appraisals to negative, to guarantee that demonetisation was a ‘man-made fiasco’. He additionally scrutinized the ‘quietness’ of people with significant influence on the thir