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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan asked the centre to apologize to the public after rolling back all unfriendly measures taken in connection with the note ban in the wake of the new revelation of the RBI.

The statement of the Reserve Bank before the parliamentary committee was that the Modi Government was working to please the corporates and black money hoarders. The RBI had revealed that the government directed them to scrap notes of Rs 500 and 1000 respectively on the previous day of the note ban. Till now, the BJP ministers had stated that the notes were banned as per the direction of the RBI.

Demonetization was a fraudulent step and was handled by Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. The releases of the finance minister shows that the RBI had no clue of what is happening. This was clearly meant to please the Adanis and the Ambanis and for that the common man was fleeced, said VS. Widespread agitations should be staged against this, he said.

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