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Demonetisation ‘hasty, immature decision’ that hurt weaker section: Mayawati

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Lucknow, Nov 8:  On the demonetisation anniversary day, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati  hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying the “hasty and immature” decision had hurt millions of poor in the country “very dearly”.

In a statement, the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister said the wiping of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 higher currency notes on November 8 last year had put the common man in huge discomfort and added that people were still reeling under the aftermath of sudden note ban.

She also lashed out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for observing November 8 as “anti-black money day” and recommended that they should rather observe it as “sorry for demonetization day”.

The former UP Chief Minister said the note ban move was cosmetic and aimed at hoodwinking Indian citizens on action against graft and added that the “Paradise Papers” had “exposed” the BJP and its leaders on their claimed commitment against corruption at high places.

She alleged that only top notch businessmen and industrialists, were benefited with centre’s decision of note ban, instead of  wiping out corruption in the country.

The BSP chief claimed that it was her party that spoke “factually and technically correctly” on the bane of demonetization, something that was now being proved as correct after one year.

Will the BJP now seek forgiveness of the people of India for their folly, she went on to ask and said the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) would continue to expose the wrong policies of Modi government before the people of the country.

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Some hours prior to demonetisation, PNB exchanged 90 crores of Nirav Modi: Majeed Memon

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The NCP leader, Majeed Memon on Sunday made a claim that a PNB branch changed 90 crore rupees of old denominations into the new some hours prior to demonetization.

The leader also claimed that Nirav Modi left India some hours before Prime minister Narendra Modi announced Demonetisation.

The leader told ANI, “some hours prior to PM’s announcement of ‘Demonetisation’, 90 crore rupees of cash was brought in one of the branches of PNB & were exchanged for billions or something. This needs to be investigated.”

Jewellery Tycoon Nirav Modi has been declared defaulter  after his company recieved LOUs of almost 12 thousand crores from a PNB branch illegally. Nirav Modi, along with his wife Ami, brother Neeshal and Mehul Choksi left India in the first week of January before the PNB accused them of committing the fraud.

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Modi Govt. is only for rich but the Congress Govt in Karnataka is inclusive: Rahul Gadhi

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On his second day visit to the poll bound state Karnataka the Congress President, Rahul Gandhi addressed a public gathering in Jamakhandi.

The leader while addressing the people attacked Central government and said,”todays government is only for rich but the Congress Govt in Karnataka is inclusive. We have worked for the farmers. Water is farmers’ lifeline and our Govt has worked to launch various irrigation projects.”

The leader compared the Karnataka government of Congress with the BJP government in Gujarat and said,”Karnataka gives free education to women up to Post Graduation. This is unlike the Govt in Gujarat, where most of the institutes are privatised and students have to bear the burden of hefty fees.”

We will never say we alone have changed this nation. We recognise the strength of this nation and it is the youth and women who have transformed this country. And we stand with you
Rahul Gandhi also acclaimed that it is just the Congress government which has cahged the country but it happened because of the efforts of youth and women who have transformed this country. And we stand with you.

Earlier Gandhi also flagged of  ‘Vrukshathon 2018’ Half Marathon in Vijayapura.

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Congress gave clean administration in Karnataka, says Rahul Gandhi

Karnataka is ahead of most states in empowering women. We believe that everyone should have equal opportunities.

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Athani (Karnataka), Feb 24 : Invoking the teachings of 12th century social reformer Basavanna, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday claimed that his party’s government in Karnataka gave a clean administration in the last five years.

“Following the teachings of Basavanna, our party has given a clean administration over the last five years in Karnataka. We have developed rapidly and did not make any fake promises,” said Gandhi at a public rally here in Belagavi district.

Gandhi, who is on a three-day visit to the state’s erstwhile Bombay-Karnataka region, said the Congress government in the southern state had truly imbibed the philosophy of Basavanna’s teachings — follow what you preach.

“Basavanna said: ‘Do not harm’. But under the Modi government, atrocities against Dalits, Adivasis and minorities have been on the rise. We started celebrating Akka Mahadevi Jayanti and Kittur Rani Chennamma Jayanti. The BJP only talks, it didn’t do anything when it was in power in the state earlier (2008-13),” asserted Gandhi.

Noting that women’s empowerment is an integral goal of the state’s development, Gandhi said the Congress government had implemented many schemes, which helped the women improve their life and unlock their potential.

“For the benefit of women, our government has launched ‘Anila Bhagya’ scheme to provide free cooking gas connection and stove to about 30 lakh families. ‘Mathrupoorna’ scheme meets the nutritional needs of pregnant women,” reiterated Gandhi.

Participating in the “Jana Ashirwade Yatra” (seeking people’s blessings) to return to power in the ensuing assembly election, the party chief repeatedly quoted Basavanna.

“Basavanna had said five things — don’t indulge in theft, don’t indulge in violence, do not lie, do not boast about yourself and don’t spread anger,” recalled Gandhi in a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government at the Centre.

“Basavanna’s first sermon is ‘don’t indulge in theft’. Modi says the Congress government in Karnataka is corrupt. When he says it, on his right side is his chief ministerial candidate B.S. Yeddyurappa who had gone to jail, on the other side, four more ministers who too had gone to jail,” pointed out Gandhi.

“He (Modi) banned high currency notes, implemented GST (Gabbar Singh Tax) and destroyed lakhs of businesses, but Jay Shah’s (BJP President Amit Shah’s son) business turned into Rs 80 crore from Rs 50,000 within three months. But Modi does not speak about it,” recalled Gandhi.

Quoting Basavanna’s other sermon — don’t indulge in violence, Gandhi accused the Modi government of dividing society on communal lines.

Interacting with hundreds of women at Tikota in the neighbouring Vijayapura district, Gandhi said Karnataka was the first state in the country to have an industrial park for women entrepreneurs.

“Karnataka is ahead of most states in empowering women. We believe that everyone should have equal opportunities,” added Gandhi.

State Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, party’s state unit president G. Parameshwara, other state leaders and cabinet ministers from the state’s northwest region accompanied Gandhi on his day-long visit to the districts of Belagavi, Vijayapura and Chikkodi.

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