Bastar News: After the RBI’s decision to withdraw Rs 2,000 note from circulation under the Clean Note Policy, the Congress in Chhattisgarh continuously )’s leaders’ reactions are coming to the fore. Chhattisgarh’s Excise Minister Kawasi Lakhma has also accused the Modi government of demonetizing Rs 2,000 notes, saying that the Modi government avenged the defeat of the BJP in Karnataka. ) has put the countrymen in trouble by demonetizing Rs 2,000 notes.
Excise Minister Lakhma made these allegations against the central government
Actually Minister Kawasi Lakhma had reached Jagdalpur on Sunday. During a conversation with the media at the Circuit House here, giving his reaction to the closure of the Rs 2,000 note, he said that the government had to take a decision regarding demonetisation, but after 2016, once again the Rs 2,000 note was closed. The Modi government has put the countrymen in trouble.
Excise Minister Kawasi Lakhma said that the way BJP has been defeated in Karnataka, to avenge it, it has taken revenge from the people of the country by demonetizing Rs 2,000 notes. Once again the common man will stand in queues in front of banks to exchange this note and will be troubled. He said that it is a wrong decision of the Modi government to close the note of 2 thousand rupees. This decision has put Chhattisgarh as well as the general public of the whole country in trouble.
Pink notes of Rs 2,000 are available with Congress leaders – Kedar Kashyap
BJP spokesperson Kedar Kashyap accused the Congress that the corruption of the leaders of the Congress government is going to be exposed due to the closure of Rs 2,000 note, because of this, furious minister Kawasi Lakhma is opposing this decision. While the general public will not face any problem due to this decision taken by the Modi government. He said that only the ministers and Congress leaders of Chhattisgarh involved in corruption are worried about getting their notes changed, so they are hell-bent on terming this decision taken by the government as a wrong decision.
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