Modi deceived people in the name of demonetisation: CPI

Modi deceived people in the name of demonetisation: CPI
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A district-level meeting was held under the leadership of the B G Climont here in the CPI party office in Khammam on Sunday. Speaking in the meeting, Bagam said PMNarendra Modi before taking the decision of ban on high-value currency notes on November 8 said that the decision was taken to bring back the black money and now he changed his words and was saying to carry out cashless transactions.

Khammam: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi had deceived the people saying that demonetisation was to bring back the black money, alleged the District Secretary of the Communist Party of India (CPI) Bagam Hemanth Rao here on Sunday.

A district-level meeting was held under the leadership of the B G Climont here in the CPI party office in Khammam on Sunday. Speaking in the meeting, Bagam said PMNarendra Modi before taking the decision of ban on high-value currency notes on November 8 said that the decision was taken to bring back the black money and now he changed his words and was saying to carry out cashless transactions.

The decision was taken to deceive the poor and middle class people across the country.How some people managed to get crores of new currency when there were so many restrictions imposed on common people to draw money from the banks, he questioned.

He alleged that when 90 per cent of people in the country were facing problems after the decision of ban on big notes, the government failed to take proper alternate measures to solve their problems.

Those who opposed the decision were portrayed as criminals and cases registered against them. The government was neglecting the weaker sections and was being friendly with rich encouraging investors and corporate companies, he criticised.

He also said many people who survive on small businesses, and the farmers were severely affected with note ban. “By threatening and collecting the commissions, the TRS leaders are looting the Bangaru Telangana,” he criticised.

To teach a fitting lesson to the both the State and Central government many peoples’ organisations must be established at village and mandal levels, he added.CPI party leaders Potu Prasad, Singu Narasimha Rao and S K Janimiya were present along with others.

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