New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party is not going to leave a stone unturned in making the issue of demonetisation keeping alive. Party has now planned for a march to the parliament under the leadership of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to protest against this scam and demand roll back of demonetisation. AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal is holding rallies in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh to make the people aware of the Rs 8 lac scam and to protest against the most anti-poor step take by any government in this world.
Party has said that former Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Shri K C Chakravarthy has given an interview to a national daily in which he makes a shocking revelation about demonetisation. He revealed that many a time the government and RBI contemplated whether demonetisation can be used to end black money, but it was always rejected because data and research showed that it would not work.
National Spokesperson and senior leader of the party Ashish Khetan has said that the first purpose of this move was to give the BJP the advantage of being the only ones with the largest amount of black money in new currency which they can use in the elections. In every city, every district, every corner of India BJP leaders have a free run of changing their black money in all banks through the back door. The new currency that comes to the banks is first used to convert the vast sums of the BJP leaders and the poor public is told that the currency is over."
"The other reason was to start a new money making racket. Black money is being converted to new currency at commission rates ranging from 20% to 40%. Ask a few people and you will be immediately connected to an agent or ‘dalal’ who will do this for you. These agents are working with and for Modi Sarkar. They have a free hand and are not being apprehended for such a large scale, open scam," added Mr Khetan.
This demonetisation has put our money in the banks and now the banks will loan out more money to crony businessmen. Meanwhile the Modi government allows the banks to keep writing off the bad loans. The Supreme court has questioned the RBI on a write off of 1.25 lac crore of bad loans.