Poll wins prove note ban has support, says Amit Shah


Some opposition leaders were upset as the money they had “looted” in scams had turned into trash, says the BJP chief. Buoyed by the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) win in city races and bypolls, party chief Amit Shah on Tuesday said it was proof of the general population's support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation move and asserted that some restriction pioneers were disturbed as the cash they had "plundered" in tricks had transformed into junk.

"While the restriction is sorting out the Bharat bandh and Akrosh Divas…everywhere the BJP has posted remarkable triumphs. Individuals are with the administration's choice on demonetisation," he said at an electionrally here.

 In the course of the most recent few days, the BJP has won one Lok Sabha situate each in by-surveys in Assam and Madhya Pradesh, other than stowing various Assembly situates in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Arunachal Pradesh.

 The gathering likewise rose successful in city surveys in Maharashtra and Gujarat. "The poor don't have dark money…Rahul baba, Akhilesh babu, behenMayawati…it is the one that was lying with all of you that has been lost…those who are gotten with dark cash will lose 50 for each penny and this cash will be placed in the treasury of the nation," Mr. Shah said.