Dharamshala, December 24: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi bounces back on PM narendra Modi and continues to put allegations related to various scams and demonetisation. Like to tell you that, Rahul Gandhi addressed a rally in Dharamshala on Saturday and said that the policy of demonetisation has hit the common people the worst. He said common man is suffering in queues and rich like Vijay Mallya and Lalit Modi are enjoying abroad.
Rahul Gandhi further accused that the government is taking money from poor and giving it to rich. Demonetisation is like a firebombing on India's cash economy. Rahul Gandhi also reiterated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should answer his questions which he had asked recently in Gujarat. He said that the PM could make fun of him as much as he wants, but at least he should answer his questions.
He also said that the demonetisation has only benefited to only 1 percent of this country's population. "BJP offered laddoos worth Rs 3 to the poor standing in bank queues in Delhi, but served Rs 1,200 crore worth 'laddoo' to Vijay Mallya," he said. "Through demonetisation, Government just want to take money from the poor and waive off bad loans given to rich corporates," he further added.
Rahul Gandhi aggressively said that the 'colour of the note is decided by whether it is in the hands of an honest or an unscrupulous person'. Rahul Gandhi further alleged that BJP government has taken lands from tribals in MP, Chattisgarh and Jharkhand.
Rahul Gandhi further said that PM Modi has removed the 'HAT' of Himachal Pradesh. Note ban has hit the horticulture, agriculture and tourism of the state.
Interestingly, PM Modi mocked Rahul Gandhi earlier on Thursday and slammed Congress by saying that it is good that the young leader started speaking, now no chance of quake.” PM Modi also said that, he never thought that some politicians would stand beside corrupt people. PM Modi responded strongly on the allegations made upon him by Rahul Gandhi and showcased a track record of scams in the tenure of Congress itself.