Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Demonetisation Only Wiped Out Confidence In Our Once Booming Economy: Rahul Gandhi

Demonetisation Only Wiped Out Confidence In Our Once Booming Economy: Rahul Gandhi

Demonetisation has "ruined" the lives of millions of hard-working Indians, Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi has said in an article written for Financial Times exactly a year since demonetisation was announced.

The Gandhi scion alleged Prime Minister Modi believes in eating up the fruits of others' labour.

Amid a war of words on the first anniversary of the Centre's demonetisation decision, Shah took to Twitter to attack the Congress and its leaders, including Rahul Gandhi. The party highlighted the pain of a "poor man" in a queue in Karnataka and that person turned out to be a rich Congress leader whose premises were raided by government agencies later, the minister claimed. "Overnight 86 per cent of the value of India's currency was withdrawn from circulation", said Rahul Gandhi. Ahead of assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, Rahul has been cornering the Prime Minister over demonetisation and the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

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"I served in the military and don't interfere in the work of the government", he said.

"The rise of democratically elected autocrats, such as Mr Modi, is driven by two factors: a massive increase in connectivity and its profound impact on institutions; and, second, China's dominance of the global job market".

Slammed the GST roll-out by the incumbent government, Gandhi said, "We were against the implementation of GST because the Government's version was not right".

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Meanwhile, hitting back at the Opposition, Haryana Minister Anil Vij has saiad that only parties "which have black money left with them" will observe November 8, the first anniversary of demonetisation, as "black day".

To counter Opposition's plan, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has decided to make Indians aware about the Modi government's anti-black money steps till November 7 and will observe November 8 as anti-black money day. "This is not a political thing, this is not something between the Congress and the BJP". Cases have been filed against his wife Pratibha Singh, son Vikramaditya and daughter Aparajita as well. Results of the 68-member Assembly will be declared on December 18.

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