Ram Gopal Yadav,the sacked general secretary of Samajwadi party on Wednesday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to abolish denomination notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 has hit the common man and the poor people of the society, creating a crisis.
Ram Gopal Yadav said that the demonetization action by the PM is not affecting the rich people or the business class but the people from middle class and poor in rural areas has got into the trouble whiles standing in the long queues at the banks and ATMs, sparing their precious time.
BJP should ready to face the anger of women
“People are very much disturbed by this move of PM Modi. Farmers are not getting seeds and fertilizers. And the major problem facing are the women of the country. Prime Minister should think that when even his mother is forced to stand in the queue then what about others, it’s a crisis,”Ram Gopal Yadav.
He further said that be ready for the anger of nation’s women as they will beat you with a rolling pin. He said in the winter session of the parliament on Wednesday about public sentiment on the ban of Rs 500 and Rs1000 notes. Yadav said that in villages and in cities, it is women, especially housewives, who are left harmed by PM’s sudden announcement of demonetization.
Banks have failed to bring the stock of new currency in rural areas: Ram Gopal Yadav
The former SP leader mentioned that the circumstances in the rural areas are very pity as the banks have to fail to bring the stock of the new currency in the ATMs. Mocking at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Ram Gopal Yadav mentioned Rahul was just showing off while standing in the queues at the bank to withdraw money.
The speech by the Samajwadi leader was made in an all-day debate which saw opposition parties accusing the government of failing to do its homework on how to tackle the cash crunch that was certain to follow the move to demonetize.