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2017 will mark the year of Demoditization: Mamata

2017 will mark the year of Demoditization: Mamata

India Blooms News Service | | 31 Dec 2016, 09:02 pm
Kolkata, Dec 31 (IBNS): West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his cash ban move and said 2017 will mark 'DeModitization' and the 'financial emergency' will continue in the nation in the name of black money cleanup.

In a series of tweets, Banerjee said: "End of Demonetization & Start of DeModitization. The year 2017 will mark the year of Demoditization 1/5."

"This will be the New Year Resolution of all 125 crore people of this great country 2/5," she said.

The Chief Minister said: "Where are the figures of #DeMonetisation? How much of black money recovered? What did the nation gain after 50days of excruciating pain? 3/5."

Modi gave his first televised address to the nation on Saturday, 50 days after he announced his note ban move on Nov 8.

"PM deviated from actual agenda of black money & #DeMonetisation PM just took over post of Finance Minister and made pre- Budget speech," Banerjee said.

"So the FM was missing from this advance Budget Speech made by PM. Modi babu, empty vessels make the most noise 5/5," she said.

The Chief Minister said Modi has badly failed to fullfill promises.

" Modi Babu wanted 50 days to deliver promises. He badly failed. PM who runs nation in the name of Suddhikaran just underwent Buddhiharan 1/6," she said.

"Promises broken. Promises derailed. People are not beggars. He has snatched common man's financial rights 2/6," Banerjee said.

She said: "Financial Emergency continues in the name of black money cleanup. Money not available in banks. Still no concrete solutions to problems 3/6."

Banerjee said the address made by the Prime Minister has transformed into 'Budget Address'.

Modi on Nov 8 banned old Rs. 1000 and Rs. 500 currency notes.