Arun Jaitley Says post demonetisation separatists and maoists feel fund starved


MUMBAI: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said that due to the ban on cobbling, Maoists and separatist money in Jammu and Kashmir are fighting in many parts of India. Jaitley said that there has been a significant decrease in the number of exhibitors joining the stone pellet in the state of terrorism.

He said, before the announcement of the banquoise, thousands of stones used to stir stones on the streets of Kashmir, but now 25 people do not get involved in such movements. Since the ban, the Maoists have lost money in states like Jammu and Kashmir separatist and Chhattisgarh.

Jaitley was addressing a program organized by Mumbai BJP president Ashish Shelar. The topic of his address was the New India Resolution. Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was also present on this occasion. In a detailed discussion on the benefits of discontinuing high-value notes in November 2016, Jaitley said that the money which was transacted beyond the economy has now come into the official banking system.

On the BJP’s idea of building a new India, he said, “We want to spend money on defense, rural development, and infrastructure.” They said we should have a wider government institution so that the shameful events like Gorakhpur tragedy do not recur.

Jaitley said that the Modi government is not satisfied with the 7-7.5 percent GDP growth rate. To increase the growth rate, the government will continue to take tough decisions in the interest of the nation, just like it did in the year 2014 after coming to power.

Jaitley counted the achievements of the BJP government who had completed three years in power. In this order, he referred to GST, note ban, bankruptcy and clearing incompetence code, amendment in the laws relating to benami transactions, fair allocation of spectrum and natural resources and the double taxation prevention treaty with different countries.



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