RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) hailed PM Modi’s decision for demonetisation and smacked former PM Manmohan Singh for his direct criticism on ruling government’s decision. They remarked that, he should have taken care of his house when he was a prime minister in the UPA government.
Explaining Manmohan Singh’s incompetence in maintaining a healthy economy in the country, RSS highlighted the fact that, in spite of being a top economist in the country, during his authority, country’s economy came to a halt.
Nandkumar (Akhil Bharatiya Sah Prachar Pramukh of the RSS), said it like, “Manmohan Singh is considered as one of the top economists, but what did he do in the two terms of the UPA government as prime minister? Most of the black wealth was generated during this period, with a series of high-profile scams, and he was at the helm of affairs. Wasn’t that an organised loot of the nation’s wealth?”
On Thursday, in Rajya Sabha’s demonetization debate, Manmohan Singh came out of his silent shadows after a long time, but for no good reason. He precisely, mentioned that abolishment of high currency notes is NDA government’s plan for an “organised loot and legalised plunder”.
But, seeing the common people’s cooperation for the move, this doesn’t seem a case.
Nandkumar mentioned that, ” There’s no politics behind the action taken by the Modi government against counterfeit currency and black money through this demonetisation move. Modi took this courageous decision not as a politician but as a reformist, who’s looking at the next generation, and not at the next election”.
Saying this he has daringly shown the face of reality to the rival.
Apart from giving these sharp verbal shoots to the opponents, the Sangh Parivar has already given favourable support to the demonetisation act.
This statement of RSS shows their clear adherence to the policy, ” The decision taken by the government of India to demonetise high-value currency notes is in national interest and with the honest intention of setting in motion cleaner and transparent monetary transactions and practices in the country. Its impact is being felt everywhere.”