Digvijay Singh took aim at the Modi government and said demonetization made the fake notes real


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Bhopal

Published by: Jeet kumar
Updated Saturday, November 13, 2021 11:41 PM IST

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Former Chief Minister and Rajya Sabha member Digvijay Singh made serious accusations against the Modi government while launching the Jan Jagran Abhiyan of Congress in Madhya Pradesh. He said the country’s economy collapsed after demonetization and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s warning came true. Manmohan Singh had said that demonetization would result in a loss of at least two percent of GDP and was organized loot and a scam.

The government had said that the black would end
Digvijay Singh said Prime Minister Modi had promised the country that demonetization would eliminate counterfeit currency. Corruption will end. The black money will end and terrorism will be completely destroyed.

The fact is that before demonetization, there was about 17 million rupees of liquid cash in the form of currency on the market, whereas today there is more than 28 million rupees of cash on the market. Where did this extra 11 crore lakh coin come from?

The country’s economy has collapsed
Have bogus notes been made original through demonetization? This government will have to answer for this. Why is there no clarification from the government on this scam?

Also, Digvijay Singh asked if the corruption has ended. Has terrorism been destroyed? Is black money returned? No, these government jumlas have definitely ruined the country’s economy.

Crisis in the shadow of MSMEs
Digvijay Singh said that after demonetization, there is a tremendous crisis in the country’s MSMEs. More than forty percent of the industries have closed, while these are the small and medium industries that are the backbone of the country’s economy. Work is underway to strengthen four to five industrialists in the country.

He said that by increasing the prices of gasoline and diesel alone, the government has made an additional 3.5 million rupees in the last year. It was said that if you want to get vaccinated, you will have to buy expensive gasoline. The cost of vaccination is only Rs 20 billion, so where did the rest of the money go?

campaign objective
Digvijay Singh said that the Congress party wants to run the public awareness campaign against these policies from village to village and said that five people from each state would be trained at the training camp in Wardha. These trainers will train 10 workers in each parliamentary constituency and the trainers of the parliamentary constituency will train 10 trainers for each assembly. After this, 20-20 trainers from our organizational circles and sectors will be prepared, who will take the customs, politics and philosophy of the Congress among the people.

Former Chief Minister and Rajya Sabha member Digvijay Singh made serious accusations against the Modi government while launching the Jan Jagran Abhiyan of Congress in Madhya Pradesh. He said the country’s economy collapsed after demonetization and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s warning came true. Manmohan Singh had said that demonetization would result in a loss of at least two percent of GDP and was organized loot and a scam.

The government had said that the black would end

Digvijay Singh said Prime Minister Modi had promised the country that demonetization would eliminate counterfeit currency. Corruption will end. The black money will end and terrorism will be completely destroyed.

The fact is that before demonetization, there was about 17 million rupees of liquid cash in the form of currency on the market, whereas today there is more than 28 million rupees of cash on the market. Where did this extra 11 crore lakh coin come from?

The country’s economy has collapsed

Have bogus notes been made original through demonetization? This government will have to answer for this. Why is there no clarification from the government on this scam?

Also, Digvijay Singh asked if the corruption has ended. Has terrorism been destroyed? Is black money returned? No, these government jumlas have definitely ruined the country’s economy.

Crisis in the shadow of MSMEs

Digvijay Singh said that after demonetization, there is a tremendous crisis in the country’s MSMEs. More than forty percent of the industries have closed, while these are the small and medium industries that are the backbone of the country’s economy. Work is underway to strengthen four to five industrialists in the country.

He said that by raising the prices of gasoline and diesel alone, the government has made three and a half million rupees in the last year. It was said that if you want to get vaccinated, you will have to buy expensive gasoline. The cost of vaccination is only Rs 20 billion, so where did the rest of the money go?

campaign objective

Digvijay Singh said that the Congress party wants to run the public awareness campaign against these policies from village to village and said that five people from each state would be trained at the training camp in Wardha. These trainers will train 10 workers in each parliamentary constituency and the trainers of the parliamentary constituency will train 10 trainers for each assembly. After this, 20-20 trainers from our organizational circles and sectors will be prepared, who will take the customs, politics and philosophy of the Congress among the people.


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