On PM's absence from the house, Kapil Sibal said that he has complete sympathy with the PM as he must have realised that because of his policies almost 70 people have died, so he must be crying for them.
Taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emotional speech in a meeting with all NDA MPs today, the Congress spokesman Kapil Sibal today said that after crying, the PM must come to the House so that the Parliament can function.
Commenting on the functioning of the parliament and PM’s absence he further said that he has complete sympathy with the PM as he must have realised that because of his policies almost 70 people have died, so he must be crying for them. Few days back, Sibal also accused the central government’s demonetisation move claiming it to be a move to write off the non-preforming assets of the banking sector by the hard-earned money of the common citizen of the country.
Sibal has also asked the government to keep aside its tussle with the opposition and think about the common people. As per Sibal, the PM has suddenly realised that 70 people died because of him and so he is shedding tears.
A couple of days back the Congress spokesman also asked the government on the whereabouts of the black money it claimed to bring back. Speaking with The Indian Express, Sibal also said that the decision made by the ruling party will have an adverse effect on the GDP.
Today Narendra Modi got emotional while addressing his MPs and said that there are inconveniences faced by common people, but he stands there with them. The government is there and everyone sitting in this room is with them. The PM also asked his MPs to back to the people, especially in the rural areas, to inform them about the latest advancements being made. PM has also instructed its MPs to talk to people and ask their opinion on the benefits of the move.
Concluding his speech, PM said asked its MPs to tell people that demonetisation is only against fake currency, corruption and terrorism. People have got their 15 lakh in their accounts, reported Times Now. He also urged everyone not to call it a ‘surgical strike”, as only soldiers can do this. Opposition can say it, but you don’t say it, he added.