The decision of scrapping high-value currency by PM Narendra Modi has criticized by the Mamata Banerjee and other opposition parties and even they have united to revoke the move as the action of demonetization has made a trouble for the common people. BJP and its ally parties are praising the government, but the anger of opposition is rising day-by-day against the government for taking a sudden decision.
Aiming at BJP, especially PM Modi, Mamata Banerjee had hit at PM Modi and called his move as“Draconian”, hence asking him to withdraw it. However, the continuation of slamming government doesn’t stop here because Mamata came out in her avatar to condemn Modi as a poet. She has written a poem in which he is showing her anger behalf of the innocent people who are facing several problems due to the abolishment of denomination currency of RS 500 and Rs 1000 notes.
I have penned a poem on the #DeMonetisation issue pic.twitter.com/V7Rnhpyii6
— Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) November 12, 2016
Mamata Banerjee as a poet, criticizing government
After completed the poem, she took it to the twitter to share with her followers and taunted PM Modi by using words like ‘Authoritarian’ and ‘Ruler’.
The Poem is all around the common people as she has raised the problems of daily wagers, poor and talks about the present scenario of the market which has become tight. Regardless of her intention, she got trolled for sharing this poem.
With gratitude https://t.co/tkpZskskvq
— Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) November 16, 2016
Mamata led a March to Rashtrapati Bhawan
On the other hand, a march led by Mamata Banerjee to Rashtrapati Bhawan against the government’s demonetization move saying people have got into the trouble with the decision of PM Modi. Banerjee was with many leaders of Shiv Sena, National Conference and Aam Aadmi Party in the protest march.
A delegation of leaders of different political parties led by Ms. Mamata Banerjee, CM, West Bengal called on #PresidentMukherjee today pic.twitter.com/rHZpehzhmG
— President Mukherjee (@POI13) November 16, 2016
The march started from the Parliament house premises in which the former Jammu and Kashmir chief Minister Omar Abdullah of Nation Conference also appeared. And, they handed over the memorandum to President Pranab Mukherjee. Even the ally parties of BJP have also criticized the government, although they are supporting the move but they slammed government for taking an immature decision.