Demonetisation has proved to be a boon for one and all. With stacks of money unearthed throughout the drive, perfidious activities like terrorist funding, drug mafia have all been plummeted to the greatest extent possible. Isn’t it praiseworthy to notice
On Thursday, the state BJP president Ashok Parnami claimed that by condemning prime minister Narendra Modi’s decision of scrapping high denomination notes, the only party on the losing end was the Congress.
“Demonetisation has been well-received by everyone, despite the fact that people did face a few hardships. However, everybody supports it as it has helped curb corruption and deal with terrorism and black-money. The Congress by criticising it is only losing out on public support,” said Parnami.
While Demonetisation has bought forth over 90% of the scrapped currency onto record, the opposition politicians are still juggling between questioning and criticising the mega Cash-clean up drive pioneered by Shri Narendra Modi.
Quite recently, former Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot demanded NDA to release full data for comprehenive analysis of the demonetisation move. Although absolute data about how much unaccounted money has been received, the old politician is still yearning to divulge details, while the whole nation has already started praising PM Modi.
Slamming the demonetisation move wasn’t enough, that Gehlot ji resorted to raise a demand for a public debate on the performance of the Raje government. Well, a justified and a fair assessment will be the one in which both contenders are assessed. Why only Raje? The public too wants to render a fair comparison between Raje and Gehlot. And, as far as result of the performance assessment is concerned, on the count of corruption, Congress is most likely to take the lead.
Reacting to former chief minister Ashok Gehlot’s demand for a public debate on the performance of the Raje government, Parnami stated that the Assembly provided the platform for all debates between elected representatives. “Like pointed out by senior cabinet minister Rajendra Rathore, in a democratic setup, assembly is the place for all debates. If he (Gehlot) has an issue, he should raise in the house,” said Parnami. And rightly so.