You are here: Home » News-ANI » National
Business Standard

PM living in own unrealistic world, portraying wrong image of India: Congress

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

The on Sunday said the Prime Minister Modi is living in his own unrealistic world and accused him of portraying a wrong image of globally by his statements on demonetisation.

"The Prime Minister is living in his own unrealistic world and is portraying a wrong image in front of the world that is full of corrupt people and the economy is dependent on that," said leader Anand Sharma.

Sharma warned the prime minister to be careful about the words he chooses and to stop insulting the former government and the people of the country through his remarks.

"Due to his ego, a poor country like India, where people are not able to get food; those who don't have bank accounts, are suffering. How can they go cashless? A cashless economy is nowhere across the globe? He destroyed the entire system and is now giving a sermon to others," he said.

Asserting that it will take 50 days for the situation to normalise post demonetisation, Prime Minster Modi today appealed to the people to embrace digital to tide over the currency crunch.

In a renewed push for making a cashless economy, Prime Minister Modi in his Mann Ki Baat programme said, "Scrapping these notes has opened other avenues to make payments. Download apps of banks and e-payment options. Shopkeepers can keep card swiping facilities and everyone can ensure they pay safe using their credit and debit cards."

He asked traders and small shop owners to provide alternative payment methods such as using POS machines, e-payment wallets and other such "friendly technologies" to their patrons.

The prime minister said that by adopting such technology, even small traders can immensely increase their profits.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

PM living in own unrealistic world, portraying wrong image of India: Congress

The Congress on Sunday said the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is living in his own unrealistic world and accused him of portraying a wrong image of India globally by his statements on demonetisation."The Prime Minister is living in his own unrealistic world and is portraying a wrong image in front of the world that India is full of corrupt people and the economy is dependent on that," said Congress leader Anand Sharma.Sharma warned the prime minister to be careful about the words he chooses and to stop insulting the former government and the people of the country through his remarks."Due to his ego, a poor country like India, where people are not able to get food; those who don't have bank accounts, are suffering. How can they go cashless? A cashless economy is nowhere across the globe? He destroyed the entire banking system and is now giving a sermon to others," he said.Asserting that it will take 50 days for the situation to normalise post demonetisation, Prime Minster Narendra Modi ...

The on Sunday said the Prime Minister Modi is living in his own unrealistic world and accused him of portraying a wrong image of globally by his statements on demonetisation.

"The Prime Minister is living in his own unrealistic world and is portraying a wrong image in front of the world that is full of corrupt people and the economy is dependent on that," said leader Anand Sharma.

Sharma warned the prime minister to be careful about the words he chooses and to stop insulting the former government and the people of the country through his remarks.

"Due to his ego, a poor country like India, where people are not able to get food; those who don't have bank accounts, are suffering. How can they go cashless? A cashless economy is nowhere across the globe? He destroyed the entire system and is now giving a sermon to others," he said.

Asserting that it will take 50 days for the situation to normalise post demonetisation, Prime Minster Modi today appealed to the people to embrace digital to tide over the currency crunch.

In a renewed push for making a cashless economy, Prime Minister Modi in his Mann Ki Baat programme said, "Scrapping these notes has opened other avenues to make payments. Download apps of banks and e-payment options. Shopkeepers can keep card swiping facilities and everyone can ensure they pay safe using their credit and debit cards."

He asked traders and small shop owners to provide alternative payment methods such as using POS machines, e-payment wallets and other such "friendly technologies" to their patrons.

The prime minister said that by adopting such technology, even small traders can immensely increase their profits.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

image
Business Standard
177 22

PM living in own unrealistic world, portraying wrong image of India: Congress

The on Sunday said the Prime Minister Modi is living in his own unrealistic world and accused him of portraying a wrong image of globally by his statements on demonetisation.

"The Prime Minister is living in his own unrealistic world and is portraying a wrong image in front of the world that is full of corrupt people and the economy is dependent on that," said leader Anand Sharma.

Sharma warned the prime minister to be careful about the words he chooses and to stop insulting the former government and the people of the country through his remarks.

"Due to his ego, a poor country like India, where people are not able to get food; those who don't have bank accounts, are suffering. How can they go cashless? A cashless economy is nowhere across the globe? He destroyed the entire system and is now giving a sermon to others," he said.

Asserting that it will take 50 days for the situation to normalise post demonetisation, Prime Minster Modi today appealed to the people to embrace digital to tide over the currency crunch.

In a renewed push for making a cashless economy, Prime Minister Modi in his Mann Ki Baat programme said, "Scrapping these notes has opened other avenues to make payments. Download apps of banks and e-payment options. Shopkeepers can keep card swiping facilities and everyone can ensure they pay safe using their credit and debit cards."

He asked traders and small shop owners to provide alternative payment methods such as using POS machines, e-payment wallets and other such "friendly technologies" to their patrons.

The prime minister said that by adopting such technology, even small traders can immensely increase their profits.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

image
Business Standard
177 22

Upgrade To Premium Services

Welcome User

Business Standard is happy to inform you of the launch of "Business Standard Premium Services"

As a premium subscriber you get an across device unfettered access to a range of services which include:

  • Access Exclusive content - articles, features & opinion pieces
  • Weekly Industry/Genre specific newsletters - Choose multiple industries/genres
  • Access to 17 plus years of content archives
  • Set Stock price alerts for your portfolio and watch list and get them delivered to your e-mail box
  • End of day news alerts on 5 companies (via email)
  • NEW: Get seamless access to WSJ.com at a great price. No additional sign-up required.
 

Premium Services

In Partnership with

 

Dear Guest,

 

Welcome to the premium services of Business Standard brought to you courtesy FIS.
Kindly visit the Manage my subscription page to discover the benefits of this programme.

Enjoy Reading!
Team Business Standard