A senior Congress leader today hailed the demonetisation of high-cash notes demanding that it was a "right and a fundamental measure" to reestablish budgetary train and to uncover dark cash.
Harikesh Bahadur, a previous individual from the Congress Working Committee, told the Press Trust of India that the move by the Modi government would uncover dark cash and go about as an impediment for eras of dark cash.
"The choice to boycott Rs. 1000, Rs. 500 cash notes is a right and an essential measure to reestablish money related train and direct the economy," Mr Bahadur said.
Taking note of that individuals ought to support for "minor hardships for quite a while" for improvement and thriving of the country, he needed the legislature to devise compelling measures to diminish the issues being confronted by the normal man.
Mr Bahadur's comments went ahead a day when Congress and Trinamool Congress (TMC) pioneers are meeting in the money to chalk out a unified battle against the demonetisation move amid the winter session of Parliament initiating on November 16.
Congress and TMC, other than other resistance parties like CPM, CPI, Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) have blamed the administration for taking the choice in flurry and without appropriate arranging and alert, prompting to provocation of the basic man.