Source: News Bharati English11 Nov 2016 19:04:49
New Delhi, Nov 11: Slamming opposition parties for questioning the intent of Narendra Modi government's decision of demonetizing the higher denomination currency notes BJP President Amit Shah said the parties have "exposed themselves" and also shown their real face to the people.
Addressing a press conference at BJP headquarter Shah said that he does not understand why parties like the Congress, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party and the Aam Aadmi Party, which were demanding action against black money, are now criticising the demonetization decision.
Hitting out at political opponents Shah questioned the motive behind the criticism and asked parties to take a clear stand on black money. Taking a jibe at the opposition Shah said, "I can understand the trouble and pain of tax evaders, terrorists, Maoists and others involved in black marketing, but I can't understand problems of these political parties".
"Poor will not suffer, but some political parties have become poor," he added. Taking a pot-shot at BSP chief Mayawati Amit shah said that decision of demonetization is surely an economic emergency for the BSP,"
Launching a direct Attack on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Benarjee for terming the decision anti-poor, Shah said, "I know Mamata Banerjee opposed the move, but politicians should not join ranks of black marketeers, drug dealers who are upset. I appeal to all political parties to understand the real motive behind this historic decision."
Informing about the decision of demonetization BJP chief said it was a planned decision and it would throw out black money and counterfeit currency from the system. He further elaborated that the move to demonetize high value currency notes would greatly benefit the economy and urged the people to join the campaign against corruption.
Shah urged common citizen to extend their cooperation and support and also thanked citizens for supporting Modi governments decision . The step which has been taken will greatly benefit the economy," he said.