“Prime Minister Narendra Modi taught a lesson to Pakistan by the surgical strike after the Uri attack. Now to stop the black money the PM did another strike by banning the 500 and 1000 rupees notes. This decision will be beneficial for the economic growth of the country,” said Nitin Patel Deputy CM of Gujarat. He was in Vadodara city to inaugurate a seminar based on women entrepreneurs.
Nitin Patel inaugurated the seminar ‘Mahila Udyog Sahasiko Ne Salaam’ at Sayajinagar Gruh in Vadodara. Patel said that during the elections PM promised to stop the black money and now he fulfilled his promise.
“Like surgical strike on Pakistan to teach him a lesson the PM ban the 500 and 1000 rupees notes to control the black money and done a surgical strike again. Terrorists bring black money from foreign countries and use it is terrorist activities. To stop them and the people who are not paying government taxes and collecting the black money, the PM decided to ban the 500 and 1000 notes and people appreciated the decision. The country will benefit with this decision,” said Patel.
He said after ban the use of 500 and 1000 rupees notes people are having trouble but it’s for two days and government make proper arrangements for them. He said the banks are operational from Thursday and the new 500 and 2000 notes with 10,50 and 100 rupees notes came to the market and the situation will ease for the people.