'Why not before November 8?' Kejriwal slams PM Modi for 'declare account' statement

| Wednesday, November 30, 2016 - 11:46
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Demonetisation, Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal, AAP, Aam Aadmi Party, Black money,

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has vociferously defended himself against allegations

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal is evidently bemused by the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on all his party ministers and MPs to submit their bank account statements of November 8 to December 31. 

Terming this as yet another 'jumla' purportedly announced to soften public agitation against the government, Kejriwal said that bank details of all the MPs and political parties should be sought 6 months before November 8. 

Kejriwal shared a video on social media where he is seen demanding a probe by a committee into the bank accounts of political parties and their leaders in the last five years. 


Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the other hand, has vociferously defended himself while the demonetisation narrative transformed into 'less-cash money' from 'fight against black money'. 

Opposition parties have intensely protested against the demonetisation move where some have even gone on to say that it is 'unconstitutional'.



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