The First anniversary of demonitisation was marked on the 8 th of
November 2017. The Modi led BJP government was widely criticised for
suddenly disbanding the 5oo and 1000 banknotes from the culture.
Casualties and Discomfort were widely reported across India. More than
100 people died standing in a queue outside the bank and ATM.
While asking to traders and common man on the mark of one year of
demonitisation, many people recalled and expressed their harsh
experience of last year.
National India News went outside and talked to people. The common
experience was of suffering. While asking about the benefits most people
BJP government celebrate the day as ‘Anti-black money day’ but
Congress on took no time to denounce the act and termed it ‘Black Day’.
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi took Twitter to attack Prime
minister Modi. He tweeted, “demonetisation is a tragedy”. "We stand
with millions of honest Indians, whose lives & livelihoods were destroyed
by PM's thoughtless act,” Rahul Gandhi also questioned Modi’s decision
on Wednesday during his Surat visit.
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh last year slammed BJP
government in his Parliament speech on demonitisation, he said “It was
an organised loot, legalised plunder which broke the backbone of the
small businessman. The former prime minister termed 8 th November as
a ‘black day’ for the Indian economy and democracy.
In an event conducted by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Delhi CM Arvind
Kejriwal said that demonetisation and GST is the main reason behind
increment in unemployment. Kejriwal said that the situation of job
scarcity has arisen, the economy is in a sad state and recession has taken
place. Everybody is saying that the two reasons behind this are
demonetisation and GST in the last two years, he added”
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