Staying aware of his tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has named demonetisation as "the biggest scam" of Independent India, blaming him for "profiting" the rich industrialists at the cost of poor under the affection of patriotism.
Aam Aadmi Party volunteers dissenting over demonetisation of high esteem cash notes, at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on Tuesday disseminated leaflets of Kejriwal's letter to the kinsmen claiming that demonetisation included a trick of Rs 8 lakh crore.
"These extremely rich people have usurped Rs 8 lakh crore as of not long ago, of which the administration has postponed off Rs 1.14 lakh crore. "The administration gauges that stores worth Rs 10 lakh crore would be saved in banks.
This will be utilized to defer off staying seven lakh crores. Five days after the demonetisation, the legislature has as of now postponed off Rs 6000 crores of 63 very rich people," Kejriwal's letter charged. "This is duping. The entire nation is being tricked.
Poor, white collar class, brokers, agriculturists, housewives and specialists are keeping their well deserved cash in the banks and the administration is doling it out to the extremely rich people," the letter peruses.
He said in the letter that individuals are presently inquiring as to whether "assaulting" dark cash was planned then why the huge extremely rich people were not got who have dark cash." Kejriwal likewise affirmed that the nation was being "plundered" for the sake of patriotism and the cash kept by individuals in the banks will be "doled out" among tycoons. "Individuals are likewise saying let the races come and we will deliver retribution for every moment spent in the lines," he included.