NEW DELHI: CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury today focused on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over demonetisation, naming him as “Tughlaq” who had “disappeared” subsequent to issuing a “firman” (arrange).
“Scarcely 20-25% of trade request being met out Metros. Provincial ranges far more detestable. While Tughlaq disappears after his firman,” Mr Yechury tweeted.
Locking on to media reports, Mr Yechury tried to pick gaps in the November 8 choice as he noticed that 29 crore out of the 30 crore Rupay card holders have never utilized their cards as a part of a swipe machine.
Alluding to a write about surfacing of two variations of Rs. 500 money takes note of, the Marxist pioneer likewise attacked Prime Minister Modi, saying it was the “Executive’s way” of halting dissemination of fake coin.
Shocking the country, the Prime Minister had on November 8 declared demonetisation of Rs. 1,000 and Rs. 500 coin notes with impact from midnight.