One the first page is written 'reaching out to Rahul Gandhi and other young parliamentarians. Modiji's fascination for (Vijay) Mallya, the terror of note-bandi spreads again. He asked Modi to explain where has the country's cash gone which was deposited in the banks after demonetisation.
Several parts of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and poll-bound Karnataka have reported shortage of currency and ATMs running down, which the government today attributed to unusual spurt in demand in last three months.
Not only Rahul Gandhi, terming the situation as "financial emergency", Trinamool Congress MP Derek O'Brien too said, "PM Modi had said that everything will be fine in 50 days, but it has now been more than 1.5 years, and there is still a cash crunch".
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After holding deliberations with Rahul Gandhi, Chand told KNS that the AICC president gave patient hearing to him during the meeting.
Earlier on Monday, Patra targeted the Congress Party for allegedly defaming and disrespecting the Hindu religion and said that the latter was doing this just for the sake of "votes".
The Congress reaction came after a Special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Hyderabad acquitted all five accused in the 2007 Mecca Masjid bomb blast case in which nine people were killed and over 50 injured.
Cash-starved customers have been queuing in large numbers outside ATMs and banks for the last few days in several cities to withdraw currency notes from vending machines, but majority were either out of service or had a board notifying "no cash". "The BJP brigade is the biggest spokesperson, protector and lawyer of all the absconders and fraudsters of the nation who have taken benefit of BJP's "Udaan Scheme" for scamsters who have taken away the money", he added.