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Kejriwal demands rollback: Demonetisation is a big scam, surgical strike on poor

Kejriwal demands rollback: Demonetisation is a big scam, surgical strike on poor : On Saturday morning, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal slammed the Government over the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. Kejriwal said that the whole move was a huge scam by the Central  government and some other players had been given prior information of the move.

AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal alleged that a huge scam has been perpetrated a few days ago in the name of tackling corruption. At the time of announcement of Demonetisation, PM had informed all of his friends who had black money and they secured their money.

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Kejriwal did not stop here, he further alleged that there had been significant misreporting on the money deposits made at banks. Kejriwal also raised some questions over the demonetisation, he asked that in previous quarters, deposits in banks were negative. But in the July-to-September quarter, such large amounts were being deposited in the banks. Who did all this money belong to?.

He alleged that the government has said those who deposit their black money will have to pay tax and face a 200% penalty. That means 90 percent of the amount will be lost. Which holder of black money is going to make such a deposit? The government is indirectly trying to tell black money holders not to deposit their money.

He claimed the government had gone ahead with the move knowing fully well that the ATMs presently used are not configured to dispense the new Rs 2000 notes.

Kejriwal asked that what kind of person holds black money in this country? Is it the Adanis, Ambanis, Subhash Chandras and Badals? Or is it rickshawala, cobbler, labourer or farmer?.

After the 8th November, Kejriwal silently opposed the demonetisation, but after five days Kejriwal spoke in a conference. There is another reason for the conference because BJP chief Amit Shah demanded an explanation from opposition party on their motives behind the opposing the demonetisation.

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