Mayawati knocked down by Uma Bharti for criticism of demonetisation


BSP chief Mayawati on Thursday was knocked down by the Union Minister Uma Bharti for her criticism of the government’s demonetisation survey and advised her to donate her money to the poor and marginalised. Union Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Minister Uma Bharti outside the Parliament told the media reporters that “Mayawatiji should donate all the money she has with her to the poor and marginalized.”

The Union Minister likewise asked the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief to “go to Tibet and preach Buddhism there”. After Mayawati termed the survey results of the NM App by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on demonetization being “fake and sponsored” and dared him to dissolve the Lok Sabha, Bharti made such remarks over the BSP chief.

“The study of Modiji is fake and supported. On the off chance that he has the guts then he ought to break up the Lok Sabha and confront decisions, then only genuine review should be possible,” Mayawati told media outside the Parliament.

Mayawati’s comments came after the government on Wednesday asserted that more than 93 for every penny of individuals bolstered the demonetization of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes on the NM App.

Hammering Mayawati, Science and Technology Minister Harsh Vardhan said: “Why is Mayawati in such a rush before the Uttar Pradesh elections?”

“She ought to challenge in the state decisions with the accessible assets and the general population of the state would give her a befitting answer,” he said.

On November 8, the legislature demonetized the higher denomination currency notes to check “black money and defilement”.

The note boycott activated disarray the nation over, with individuals keeping on arranging outside banks and ATMs in on and on long lines.

Bharti likewise pummeled Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi for his feedback of demonetisation and said, “Rahulji ought to go to Thailand and make the most of his get-aways there, rather than squandering Parliament’s opportunity.”