Note ban was futile exercise knew it would ruin lives Mamata

  • | Friday | 8th November, 2019

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday said the Centre's move to demonetise high- value currency notes on this day in 2016 was a futile exercise which had a negative impact on the country's economy. Banerjee, on the third anniversary of note ban, asserted that she knew from the very beginning that the decision would ruin millions of lives. Within minutes of announcement, I had said that it will ruin the economy and the lives of millions. On the first anniversary of note ban, she had turned her Twitter display picture black in protest. On several occasions, the Trinamool Congress supremo alleged that the Narendra Modi government's move was a "big scam" which benefited only a handful of people.

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