Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi's face-off with Prime Minister Narendra Modi is fast emerging as a key highlight of the demonetisation debate in an election season.
The Congress Vice President hit out at the Prime Minister saying that the people of the country regret voting for him back in 2014.He added that the note ban was a move to fire bomb the poor while facilitating the rich.
"Rahul Gandhi has touched upon that aspect which the Supreme Court has already rejected", said Minister of State for Finance Arjun Ram Meghwal.
Rahul also attacked the Prime Minister who had mocked the Congress leader during his speech in Varanasi two days ago. The Income Tax people had said there should be a probe into this.
Bhushan's petition said the signature of the I-T officer was sent for forensic report by senior advocate and Member of Parliament Ram Jethmalani to find out its genuineness.
India has 6 per cent of black money in cash and 94 percent is in Real estate, Gold and foreign banks.
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Taking a dig at the Prime Minister, Rahul dubbed him as a "super event planner" who had made "perfect planning" to take the money from the poor to help the rich who owe as much as ₹8 lakh crore to the banks.
"The note ban is a step taken against the poor, farmers and the middle class Indians", he said in the rally marking the completion of four years of the state government led by Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh.
Rahul said the government's target for elimination of black money is wrong. "Modi ji, you have removed the "HAT" of Himachal Pradesh - Horticulture, Agriculture and Tourism", said Rahul.
Kejriwal also gave an example and said that BJP patriarch LK Advani had set the right example by quitting when his name had surfaced in the Hawala scam.
The BJP had rejected the Congress leader's allegations as baseless, shameful, and malafide.