Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik, who was in the news for making several allegations against NCB officer Sameer Wankhede in Aryan Khan drug case, has attacked PM Modi regarding demonetisation. On the occasion of completion of five years of demonetisation, NCP leader Nawab Malik said that PM Modi had asked for 3 months and till today neither black money came back nor terrorism ended.
On the occasion of three years of demonetisation, Nawab Malik tweeted, ‘Today 5 years of demonetisation completed, neither art money came back, no corruption work nor terrorism stopped. Modi ji had asked for 3 months, now he should tell at which crossroads we have to come. Notably, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced demonetisation on November 8, 2016. Under this, 1000 and 500 rupees notes were out of circulation. Then new notes of 2000 and 500 rupees were issued.
Today, 5 years of demonetisation have been completed.
Neither art money came back, no corruption work nor terrorism tied up.
Modi ji had asked for 3 months, now only he can tell at which crossroads we have to come
— Nawab Malik نواب ملک Nawab Malik (@nawabmalikncp) November 8, 2021
Here, Priyanka Gandhi also targeted the central government and questioned that if this step was successful then why corruption did not end and why did terrorism not get hurt? He tweeted, ‘If demonetisation was successful then why corruption has not ended? Why didn’t the black money come back? Why hasn’t the economy gone cashless? Why didn’t terrorism hurt? Why was inflation not controlled?
Actually, on this day five years ago, PM Modi had announced demonetisation. This is the reason that the day of November 8 is recorded as a special day in the history of the country’s economy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the nation through Doordarshan at 8 pm on this day in 2016, announced the ban of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.