First speaker of lies, says Congress


Reacting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement that "demonetization is linked to the release of key congressional leaders". National Herald The Congress on Monday described Mr. Modi as "a great orator of lies". "Today, you have heard the biggest lies from the biggest speaker of lies," said spokesman Abhishek Manu Singhvi.

In a tweet, Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that the only screen companies identified after the demonetization belonged to Jay Shah, son of BJP leader Amit Shah, Union Minister Piyush Goyal, and Anil Ambani.

Singhvi said the demonetization was the biggest "Modi disaster" ever inflicted on the country. "He is a minority on planet Earth and supports that. None of his cabinet ministers support him, let alone the country. That's why he and his party are scared, not even celebrating the second anniversary of the note bandi," he said.

Mr Singhvi said the prime minister was linking the non-reliable and reminded Mr Modi of his statement that he was ready to face any punishment. Chauraha (public place) if things have not improved in 50 days.

"I wonder which Chauraha he chose us because we did not find black money or counterfeit money, nor did he stop terrorism or naxalism. We have found dead, tragic and terrible deaths of 120 innocent, a negative impact of 1.5% on GDP, two million job losses, the list can continue, "he said.

The congressional leader claimed that linking the National Herald's case to demonetization was an attempt to avoid answering difficult questions and that he was now voicing threats.

"Honorable PM, we are the congress party, we were called the congress movement. We had the same cases of revenge and revenge imposed on us by the British. Just because you're the British reincarnation of sales policy, do not think we'll be intimidated, "he said.

The congressional spokesman also said the Modi government is now monitoring the reserve reserves of the Reserve Bank of India after the demonetization of 2 percent of India's GDP.