Why do you find merit in protesting every anti-corruption measure? BJP asks Congress – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The BJP on Thursday fired off 10 inquiries to the Congress on 2d anniversary of demonetisation, asking why it finds merit in protesting every “anti-corruption” measure of the Narendra Modi authorities and accusing it of “living in denial” no subject a surge in GDP numbers.

The Bharatiya Janata Birthday party’s counter-attack came after historical Top Minister

Manmohan Singh led the Congress’s fee
+ against demonetisation, as he dubbed it an financial misadventure which roiled the nation and whose “scars and wounds” are getting more considered with time.
“Why does the Congress gain merit in protesting against every anti-corruption measure of the Authorities of India? What attain they dismay? Why is it that wherever black money is there, the Congress isn’t any longer a long way gradual?” the BJP posted on twitter.
10 questions for the Congress Birthday party: 1. Why does Congress gain merit in protesting against every anti-corruption m… https://t.co/uqsU3xOvwt— BJP (@BJP4India) 1541659947000
What variety of politics and “anti-assert mindset” the Congress has that opposes a fearless switch that has widened the tax outrageous, it requested.
The ruling salvage collectively further queried if the Congress can name even one stringent measure aimed at eliminating corruption and black money it took genuine thru the UPA authorities.
“Is the Congress living in a teach of denial that it might probably actually not explore the surge in GDP numbers, the ‘Ease of Doing Replace Rankings’ and World Competitiveness Index? Why are they uncomfortable that India’s financial prowess is being known world over?” the BJP requested.
The saffron salvage collectively also took a dig at the smartly-liked finance minister P Chidambaram over his criticism of the authorities’s financial protection, asserting he’s himself below radar of investigating businesses for “huge corruption” challenging land, cash and foreign places financial institution accounts.
In its chargesheet in the Aircel-Maxis case of cash laundering, the Enforcement Directorate has named Chidambaram as an accused. The smartly-liked finance minister has said he would contest the fee in court.
Four. How is a historical Finance Minister, himself below radar of investigating businesses for huge corruption challenging… https://t.co/9YEEXaZ6Wo— BJP (@BJP4India) 1541659979000
The BJP said India in the closing two years has considered an magnify of more than two crore tax returns. “Is this why you had been opposed to demonetisation?” it requested.
Countering the Congress’s fee that demonetisation harmed informal financial system, the BJP said the switch undoubtedly resulted in formalisation of the financial system, which has empowered the gloomy and marginalised, who had been mostly desirous about the informal financial system, many of whom came from lower center class.
“The Congress now remembers dinky industry nonetheless did the UPA mediate of this sector even as soon as? Except tax apprehension, raid raj and arbitrary insurance policies, what did Congress attain for dinky companies?” the BJP requested.
9. Congress now remembers dinky industry nonetheless did the UPA mediate of this sector even as soon as? Except tax apprehension, raid ra… https://t.co/6zqAOvMMjR— BJP (@BJP4India) 1541660240000
Why is it that on every occasion India’s standing on this planet will enhance the Congress takes to defaming India and organising an ambiance of gloom to “deceive” the other folks, it said.
eight. Why is it that on every occasion India’s standing on this planet will enhance the Congress takes to defaming India and creatin… https://t.co/8GCMtPqzsR— BJP (@BJP4India) 1541660008000
At a press convention, Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma alleged that demonetisation was a “mammoth money laundering accomplishing” while slamming the authorities for its handling of the financial system.
5. Mr Anand Sharma, a Congress chief, had personally opposed demonetisation on the ground of Parliament. Within the las… https://t.co/cdlvAcZpsn— BJP (@BJP4India) 1541659987000
In his commentary, Singh described the measure as an “ill-fated” and “ill-plot” exercise, alongside with that the havoc it unleashed on the Indian financial system and society is now evident to everybody.
Finance minister Arun Jaitley made a solid defence, asserting demonetisation resulted in formalisation of financial system and increased tax outrageous, with the authorities earmarking more resources for the gloomy and infrastructure assert.