Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal alleged on Saturday that a big scam has been created on the pretext of wiping out black money from the country.
Kejriwal said that people with legitimate wealth are put through inconvenience and harassment as they have to stand in queues for hours just to withdraw their own hard-earned money.
In a press conference, Kejriwal also showed a video in this regard.
"From evidence pouring in, demonitisation is turning out to be a huge scam. Will present evidence at 10am in a press conference," Kejriwal had said in a tweet early morning.
From evidence pouring in, demonitization is turning out to be a huge scam. Will present evidence at 10 am in a press conf— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) November 12, 2016
Kejriwal's allegations drew sharp response from the BJP which accused him of rumour mongering.
Here is who said what on Kejriwal's allegations:
#Arvind Kejriwal is just trying to degrade this initiative taken by the government. Can he validate any of his claims: Satosh Kumar Gangwar, minister of state for finance
#AAP has always desired for power, their stand is absurd. On one hand they are against black money and on the other they oppose our decision: BJP
#Arvind Kejriwal is just trying to degrade this initiative taken by govt, can he validate any of his claim: Satosh Kumar Gangwar(MoS,Finance)
#Arvind Kejriwal is nothing more than the rumour monger, but his rumour is like a humour for India: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
#The decision of demonetisation of Rs 500/1000 notes must be rolled back: Kejriwal
#The PM alerted all his 'friends' before announcing the demonetisation move. They swept all their money under the carpet on time: Kejriwal
#I don't understand how PM can curb black money by introducing Rs 2000 banknote
#We will support any political party that takes step against black money: Kejriwal
#PM had cautioned his 'friends' before announcing the demonetisation move: Kejriwal