BJP’s youth wing starts sign campaign on demonetisation in Kashmir

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Srinagar, December 6

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) youth wing (BJYM) today started signature campaign on demonetisation of old currency notes and e banking in Kashmir, in which a large gathering of people from different walks of life participated. Speaking on the occasion BJYM State Youth President Dr Suresh Ajay Magotra was all praise for the decision taken by PM Narendra Modi to curb the menace of black money, fake currency and hawala money. Ajay said this bold decision gave sleepless nights to the tax evaders in the country. Ajay while highlighting the importance of demonetisation and e  banking said that the decision has shifted transaction from currency notes to e banking transfers, which would prove boon for the country. “India has more than half of population youth under 30 years of age and implementing digital technology will prove boon for the country,” he told a huge gathering. He also said that some people tried the mislead public over the issue, but people have accepted the Modi’s decision and have realised its benefits. Ajay while elaborating the Signature Campaign said there was massive response from people in Jammu and Kashmir on demonetization and said that a large number of people signed the campaign to show their support. “We are going to submit the same signatures to President of India to show the world how Modi decision on demonetization was accepted by its people,” he said. Present of the occasion were State Vice President Youth Wing Er Ajay Hussain, State Secretary Youth Wing Bilal Parry. BJP media incharge Kashmir Altaf Thakur, District President Srinagar, Fayaz Bhat, District Vice- President Srinagar, Ashok Bhat, District General Secretary, Srinagar Arif Raja and Waseem Raja.

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