Congress to Host National Conference to Oppose Narendra Modi

Jan Vedna Sammelan
Jan Vedna Sammelan

On the 11th of January, the Congress Party is bringing together its leaders, workers, and representatives from across the country in a national conference “Jan Vedna Sammelan” at the Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi.

According to a Party statement, Congress will coordinate with its workers on Wednesday and address the hardships that the people of the country have been facing because of demonetization.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had demonetized currency notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 on November 8 with the belief that his decision will help check corruption in the country.

But Modi’s decision has caused a total chaos in India. Nobel laureate and world’s top economist Professor Amartya Sen says Modi’s demonetization decision has showed authoritarian nature of the Indian government.

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Similarly, former Prime Minister of India and leading economist Dr. Manmohan Singh said in India’s Parliament that Modi’s demonetization scheme is a case of organized loot and legalized plunder.

He reminded Modi of the unfortunate deaths that have already taken place in India because Modi government is not allowing people to withdraw their own money from banks.

According to the Congress Party, it also will highlight the anti-poor and anti-public decisions of the Modi government during the past over 2 years of its rule in the country.

The Party believes that demonetization could not meet any of its stated objectives: check on black money, terrorism, and corruption.

Photo courtesy: Congress

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