Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal torn-out on Saturday morning against the government and the move of demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. He strongly condemned the government while speaking that the whole move was a huge scam by NDA government as the BJP and other players had been given prior information of the move.
Prior to Modi announcement, BJP informed people who close to the government: Kejriwal
“A huge scam has been prepared a few days ago in the name tackling corruption” Kejriwal alleged. “Before announcing the move, PM Modi had already informed it all his friends who had black money and they secured their money”. CM AK said.
He further said that there had been significant misreporting on the money deposits made at banks. In previous quarters, deposits in banks were negative; but in the July to September quarter, large amounts were being deposited in the banks.
“They are claiming that a lot of money will now come into the system. In the name of battling corruption, the only thing is going to happen is that a lot of money is simply going to other hands. And for this, people are being inconvenienced, Arvind Kejriwal said.
Government move is to aware black money hoarders
“He said the government has announced those who deposit their black money will have to pay tax and 200 percent penalty means 90 percent of the amount will be lost. He further asked government “which black money hoarder is going to deposit his money?” The motive of government is only to aware hoarders not to deposit their money in the banks. He alleged.
While attacking the government on the implementation of the move Arvind Kejriwal said it had gone ahead with the move knowing that the ATMs currently used are not configured to bestow the new Rs 2000 notes.
Arvind Kejriwal replies after the Amit Shah demanding explanation from opposition for opposing demonetizing
He asked Modi government that what kind of person holds black money in the country? Is it Ambanis, Adanis, Subhash Chandra and Badals? Or is a cobbler, rickshaw walla, labor or farmer?
Kejriwal burst on the Centre a day after BJP chief Amit Shah demanded an explanation from the opposition, including AAP to know why they are opposing the demonetization.