JMM targets center on demonetisation of 2,000 Rupees note latest news today in hindi

Trending News: Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) targets center on demonetisation of 2 Thousand Rupees note

Latest Updated 22/05/2023: Jharkhand Mukti Morcha's senior leader Supriyo Bhattacharya has questioned the central government on the demonetisation of Rs 2,000 notes. He said that demonetisation is the biggest example of economic terrorism supported by the central government.

Supriyo said the country can deal with communalism and regionalism, but how it will deal with BJP-backed economic terrorism is very difficult to say. During a press conference at the party office, Supriyo demanded the central government to make public the list of those who deposited Rs 2,000 notes. He said that when demonetisation happened for the first time in the country in 2016, more than two lakh small and medium scale industries moved out of the country. These were the industries which provided maximum employment. 

JMM targets center on demonetisation of 2,000 Rupees note latest news update 2023 in hindi

Demonetisation was said by the Prime Minister to bring out black money. Now the question arises that when black money can be accumulated with 1000 rupee note, then why it cannot be done with 2000 note. Then the Reserve Bank and the Finance Minister were silent. Today, the Reserve Bank has said that it is necessary to stop the 2000 note to eliminate black money, till now no statement has come from the Finance Minister of the country.

He questioned whether black money would be eradicated from the country in the next 130-135 days

The JMM leader said that for the first time after demonetisation, Rs 20,000 crore was spent in printing Rs 2,000 notes. This money of the public was drowned within six years due to the demonetisation of these notes. He has alleged that big capitalists favored by the central government are going to enter the business of printing notes. Supriyo said that in the Karnataka elections, the BJP spent all the 2000 rupee notes deposited with it. Still could not win. Now in view of the assembly elections to be held in Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, the two thousand notes have been closed under a political decision.