Jaitley celebrates ‘Anti-Black Money Day’, Mamata calls it ‘Black Day’
With the political rivalry and backlash talks concentrated on November 8th, the BJP and Trinamool Congress are getting ready for the mudslinging show. West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee termed November 8th as a Black Day, while Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley stated that the government is ‘celebrating’ Nov. 8th as Anti-Black Money day.
‘Millions of brother and sisters, father and mothers stood in the never-ending queues on that day. And it continued for over 6 months, and it still does in few regions. People have died, people have been troubled, while the corrupted exchanged their black money sitting in their houses. It’s the common man and small business that have suffered because of this government’s senseless act. Removing the INR 500 and INR 1000 notes caused a lot of trouble to the citizens of the country’ said Mamata Banerjee.
Countering to this, Arun Jaitley said in an official press release that, ‘The government will be celebrating Nov. 8th as Anti-Black Money Day and all the party members and supporters will take part in the celebration. We would spread and publicize the positive results and the reforms that have taken place because of the strict decision was taken by the Government to ban INR 500 and INR 1000 on Nov. 8th, 2016. We do understand that the citizens of the nation did face troublesome period, but it is our responsibility to take forth the great financial initiatives and reforms taken by the Prime Minister of the country’.
It looks like, the mudslinging did start, and its only time that can tell how far this can go!
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