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Demon ‘biggest destroyer’ of economy, says Congress | India News

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NEW DELHI: The sixth anniversary of demonetisation must be noticed because the “sixth demise anniversary” of Indian financial system, Congress mentioned on Tuesday, including that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “merciless joke” on the Indian individuals served because the “largest destroyer of livelihoods and small companies”, a physique blow from which the financial system has not recovered.
Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge mentioned demonetisation marked six years of Modi’s “organised loot and legalised plunder”, plunged India’s progress and “killed (individuals’s) aspirations”.
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi additionally attacked PM Modi over demonetisation. “Demonetisation was a deliberate transfer by ‘PayPM’ to make sure 2-3 of his billionaire mates monopolise India’s financial system by ending small & medium companies,” Gandhi tweeted.
Kharge, however, mentioned demonetisation resulted in India’s progress plunging, crores of jobs being misplaced, small companies getting destroyed, financial savings getting extinguished, and the poor struggling probably the most.
“PM wished 50 days… Nation has given him six years. However not one of the DeMo claims has been realised. As an alternative, individuals are nonetheless struggling!” Kharge mentioned.
Congress additionally tore into the Modi authorities and mentioned that removed from cleansing up black cash, demonetisation had led to 99.3% of demonetised foreign money returning into the system.
“Black cash thrives beneath PM Modi! Then, Modi authorities claimed that DEMONetisation shall eradicate faux foreign money within the system. Actuality: Even final yr, there was an general improve of 10.7% in faux foreign money!” Kharge mentioned.
Demanding a white paper on demonetisation, Congress spokesperson Gaurav Vallabh additionally mentioned that the PM should acknowledge that demonetisation was an “epic failure” and his authorities should share what plans it has for the unorganised sector and MSMEs who had suffered probably the most on this train.

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