Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday addressed the media and attacked the Narendra Modi government again on the demonetisation issue. Kejriwal said that according to the government reports, Rs 8 lakh crore have been deposited in the banks till date. Kejriwal questioned the government about the black money in that R 8 lakh crore and said that the government cannot find even a single penny of corrupted money in that stash. Kejriwal said that it was the hard earned money of the common man that the government had in the banks.
Kejriwal said that corruption rate in the country in November has increased 10 times of what it was in October. As reported by Times Now, Kejriwal said that multiple cases of corruption through the new Rs 2000 notes have been corruption have been reported from Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Assam among other states. Kejriwal accused the Prime Minister of easing it down for the corrupt in the country. Kejriwal spoke about the troubles of the common man and said that people have died due to standing in queues, their businesses have shut down due to demonetisation.
Kejriwal said that the dollar was priced at Rs 70 while the black market was now selling it for Rs 116. Kejriwal further said that the new Rs 2000 notes were being sold on the black market. The Delhi CM further said that the counterfeit printing presses were printing money faster than the Reserve Bank of India was. Kejriwal asked if the demonetisation scheme was meant to convert the black money stashed in Rs 500 notes into Rs 2000 notes. Speaking of terrorism, Kejriwal said that the common man doesn’t have cash but the terrorists have been found with the new Rs notes. He asked who was sending these notes to these terrorists. Kejriwal concluded that the entire demonetisation scheme by the Prime Minister was a flop. He said that the Prime Minister’s ego, arrogance and selfishness has put the entire nation into trouble. He said that the country has gone back 10 years within the last 20 days.