Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted, ‘125 crore Indians fought a crucial battle and WON.’
New Delhi: On the 1st anniversary of demonetization, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on this Wednesday has taken to Twitter to share the ‘success’ of note ban.
“I bow to the India people for persistently supporting the numerous measures taken by the Government to get rid of corruption and black money,” he tweeted.
The Prime Minister has shared a short film on “benefits of demonetisation.”
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 8, 2017
Narendra Modi said 125 crore Indians fought a critical battle and won.
In his official Twitter handle, the Prime Minister also rolled out an assessment seeking people’s suggestions over the concern.
On 8th November, 2016, the Narendra Modi government had taken Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes from flow, in a bid to restrain corruption and black money.
Though the BJP is celebrating 8th November as ‘anti-black money day’, numerous Opposition parties have thought to observe it as a ‘Black Day.’
BJP front-runners, including several Union ministers, will fan out through the country to highlight the ‘benefits’ of demonetisation.
On this Tuesday, Arun Jaitley has described demonetisation as “watershed moment for the Indian economy.”
Reacting to previous Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s censure of demonetisation, Jaitley stated the move was contrary to the “loot that ensued in the second generation spectrum scam, Commonwealth Games and provision of coal blocks”.