New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of completion of two years of ban on bondage and alleged that the Modi government's move was "tragedy" and "suicide attack" The 'suit-boot buddies' worked to whiten their blacksmith. He also claimed that the complete truth of the ban on bondage has not yet been exposed and the people of the country will not be sitting till the full knowledge of the truth.
In a statement, Rahul said, "On November 8, the history of India will always be seen as a stigma. Two years ago, Prime Minister Modi woke up the ban on the country. By their declaration, 86 percent of India's money was extinguished due to which our economy stagnated. "He claimed," The banquet was a tragedy. India has faced many tragedies in the past. Many times our external enemies tried to harm us. But in the history of our tragedies, notebook is a different tragedy of its kind which was brought by itself. It was a suicide attack that killed millions of lives and destroyed thousands of small businesses in India. "
The Congress President said, "From the banquet, the worst affected people were, people had to stand in queues for several days to change their hard earned money. More than 100 people died in the queue. "Gandhi claimed that one of the goals that Modi Government had talked about during the ban was not fulfilled and against the country's GDP, one per cent reduction Come He alleged, "On the occasion of the completion of two years of the historic mistake of the Prime Minister, the people of the government, who have rotated things with the Finance Minister (Jaitley), have a very difficult job to defend this criminal policy."
Describing the note-book as a 'criminal financial scandal', Gandhi said, "The complete truth of the ban on bondage is yet to come." People of India will not sit still until the whole truth comes up. "Before this, he tweeted," The note-book was a brutal conspiracy by thinking. This scam was a shrewd scheme to whiten black money of Prime Minister's suit-booted friends. Nothing was innocent in this scandal. Any other meaning of this is an insult to the understanding of the nation. "It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a ban on November 8, 2016, under which the current circulation of 500 rupees and one thousand rupees should be out of circulation Had gone.