PM Modi asks central ministers and BJP MPs to submit bank statement
Prime Minister Narendra Modi last day directed the central ministers and BJP MPs to declare their bank statement for the period from November 8. It was advised that the ministers and MPs should submit the bank statement to the BJP supremo, Amit Shah, by January 1st next year. Meanwhile, categorizing the PM Modi’s declaration as a tactical approach, the congress leaders alleged that the BJP’s political executives are trying to play a gimmick to divert the public attention.
The congress leaders further criticized that the BJP and RSS workers had purchased properties worth crores of rupees before November 8. The West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee, quipped that why the government asks the bank statement from November 8 only. She further asked the PM to seek bank statements of last two year.The Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal also shared a similar opinion: the bank statements of at least six months before the demonetization should be submitted. Notably, both leaders used their twitter handles to share their statements against the PM’s declaration.
As per the report, while addressing the party MPs last day, PM Modi asked them to campaign for the digital India and digital economy. They were reportedly advised to visit their respective panchayats, municipalities, and corporations in order to train all traders and farmers.
It seems that the BJP government has suddenly ceased the anti-black money slogan and initiated the pro-digital slogan. Anyway, it is a fact that the Indian citizens have the right to know why they have faced the ‘Great Indian Queue’. Undoubtedly, the central government has to answer this question in coming days.
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