Udupi: The Udupi district BJP unit has condemned the Opposition parties’ decision to observe a bandh and black day against demonetisation on Monday, November 28.
District BJP President Mattar Ratnakar Hegde told reporters that the decision of the prime minister to demonetise high value currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 is indeed a welcome move to get rid of black money.
"The situation is returning to normalcy as the days are passing. The marking system by applying the ink to fingers of the depositors or any customers who prefer changing of scrapped currency notes with the new ones indeed helped to curb the transaction of black money. The lengthy queues in front banks and ATMs have also reduced," Hegde opined.
Urging the Opposition parties not to politicise the move, Hegde said that Nitish Kumar, Bihar chief minister. Former railway minister K H Muniyappa and District In-charge Minister Pramod Madhwaraj have appreciated it.
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