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Historic judgment in nationwide curiosity, will Rahul ask for forgiveness: BJP after SC’s demonetisation verdict | India Information

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NEW DELHI: The BJP on Monday hailed the Supreme Courtroom judgment upholding the federal government’s demonetisation train as “historic” and slammed the Congress for its marketing campaign towards the choice and requested if its chief Rahul Gandhi will tender an apology after the decision.
The Supreme Courtroom in a 4:1 majority verdict upheld the federal government’s 2016 resolution to demonetise Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 denomination notes, saying the decision-making course of was not flawed.
Former regulation minister and BJP chief Ravi Shankar Prasad asserted that the demonetisation executed in 2016 proved to to be the “largest blow” to terrorism by curbing terror funding. It boosted revenue tax and cleansed the economic system, he claimed.
“It’s a historic resolution and is in nationwide curiosity. The Supreme Courtroom has held a choice taken in nationwide curiosity legitimate. Will Rahul Gandhi now ask for forgiveness for his marketing campaign towards demonetisation. He spoke towards it even overseas,” he stated at a press convention.
Prasad additionally hit out at Congress leaders, particularly former Union finance minister P Chidambaram, for highlighting the minority judgment. They’re ignoring with impunity the bulk verdict to make incharitable and scandalous statements, he stated, slamming Chidambaram.
India has turn into a world chief in digital cost which was boosted after demonetisation, he advised reporters, noting that the nation notched up over 730 crore digital transactions value over Rs 12 lakh crore in October this yr alone.
The dissenting decide has additionally stated the coverage was well-intentioned, Prasad added.
A five-judge Structure bench of the apex court docket, headed by Justice S A Nazeer, stated there needs to be nice restraint in issues of financial coverage and the court docket can not supplant the knowledge of the manager by a judicial overview of its resolution.

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