The Supreme Court has taken a major decision regarding the note ban decision taken by the Central Government in 2016. After this, Congress is continuously raising many questions on the government.

Congress national spokesperson Pawan Kheda said that the process of demonetisation has been justified in the decision of the Supreme Court. There has been no discussion on the results that came out of it, nor has any decision been given.

The Supreme Court did not even comment on the fact that demonetisation has reduced terrorism, black money has reduced, there is not even a word on all these things in this decision. The Congress spokesperson clearly said that it would be wrong to say that the Supreme Court has upheld demonetisation. He made it clear that the process of demonetisation has been justified. There has been no comment on the verdict.

Pawan Khera said that the four judges who have upheld the process of demonetisation, those four judges have not commented on the result of demonetisation. Our objection was on the result, due to which the MSME sector was destroyed, lakhs of people lost their jobs. The objection of this country was on the result. The MSME sector was destroyed, millions of people lost their jobs. Many people have also died. No judge has commented on the people who have suffered and the economy that has fought. On the other hand, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge tweeted that the result of demonetisation implemented by the Modi government – 120 people lost their lives, crores of people lost their jobs, the unorganized sector was destroyed, black money did not decrease – fake notes increased.

He further said that the decision of demonetisation by the Modi government will always remain a deep wound on the Indian economy.

The BJP, on the other hand, termed the Supreme Court’s decision on demonetisation as historic and asked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi whether he would apologize to the nation for campaigning against demonetisation. The Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court on Monday upheld the central government’s decision to demonetise the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 series notes in 2016 with a majority of 4:1. PLC/GT


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