PM Narendra Modi’s ‘bombshell’ attacked four ‘asuras’: Manohar Parrikar


Panaji: On Friday Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar conveyed that, fake currency of face value of thousands of crore was being driven in from an enemy nation to destabilize India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s November 8 `bombshell` has assaulted the four `asuras` of black money, corrupt wealth, terror money and drug money in one go.

 "Thousands of crore, the figure could even be a lakh crore was being forced in by an enemy nation to destabilise our financial system. Our enemy was annoying to corrode our economy by delivering in these fake notes from Bangladesh, Nepal and Kashmir border and from other routes," Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar conveyed at an election rally in Thivim village, located 20 km from Panaji.

He has also further conveyed adding that, it is not just about hauling out small strikes in Kashmir and killing people, they were carrying out attacks in the country too. Minister has also further conveyed that, black money, corrupt money, terror money and drug money, the four asuras, were sting the nation.

 The one reason for terrorism in Kashmir, terrorism in the North-East, Naxalite terror is the delivery of such money. Manohar Parrikar also said in that, this also involves fake currency notes. Fake currency reaching into India from Pakistan is not something new. But, on November 8 at 8 p.m., Prime Minister dropped a bomb and in one go threw all fake currency out of transmission.