Tamil Nadu BJP president Okay Annamalai suggested Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to “observe the surge of incoming 2000 rupee notes,” in particular from the state’s “Co-operative Banks/Societies and TASMAC,” criticising the ruling Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) executive.
On Saturday, he wrote to Finance Minister Sitharaman, expecting that “infamous and corrupt” DMK politicians would utilise the “equipment at their disposal” to switch their ill-gotten 2000 rupee notes.
His feedback come after the Reserve Financial institution of India introduced on Friday the withdrawal of Rs 2,000 denomination financial institution notes from flow, pronouncing they may be able to be exchanged until September 30, 2023.
“We look forward to that the DMK politicians will use the equipment at their disposal, particularly the Co-operative Banks/Societies and TASMAC, to switch their ill-gotten 2000 rupee notes. Madam, we request that the Finance Ministry instruct the banks to trace the surge of incoming 2000 rupee notes throughout the above assets”, he stated.
He additional stated,” The folks of Tamil Nadu wholeheartedly welcomed the Reserve Financial institution of India’s notification the day past at the change of 2000 rupee notes, until September 30, 2023.”
He lauded High Minister Narendra Modi for each and every selection made beneath his management. Annamalai stated, “Our Honourable High Minister Thiru Narendra Modi avargal’s each and every resolution is subsidized with meticulous making plans and detailing, and the folk around the nation recognize the similar, as those choices are at all times in the most productive pursuits of the typical other people of our nation.”
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