Opposition is fighting for its own difficulties and not for public: BJP
Kolkata [India], Dec. 28 (ANI): Launching a scathing attack on opposition parties, the Bharatiya Janata Party has said that the the former is fighting for their own difficulties and not for the public.
"Opposition has not remained opposition anymore. Their coalition has broken as many parties have left, this is their first failure. The opposition has decided to protest after 30th December and no one has stopped them for doing that, they should continue with their protest as they will move away from the people the more protest they will do," BJP leader Rahul Sinha told ANI.
He said the opposition is not finding a way to get out of the loss caused to them ecause of demonetisation and on the pretext of fighting for the people they are making unconstitutional statements.
Responding to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's statement of labelling Modi government as faceless, Sinha said that Mamta herself is becoming faceless as her neat and clean political image was tarnished by the Saradha scam.
He said it has also been proved that opposition's fight against the demonetisation is the fight for the black money and for the people who own black money.
"The more the opposition will raise their voice, the more BJP will gain," he said.
Sinha said it is unfortunate that opposition has not learnt from the recent election results in which the people have approved that the decision of demonetisation was right.
He said the Prime Minister will not reply to Rahul Gandhi, he will respond to the people and people till now have supported him.
"Prime Minister himself had said that he is ready to face any decision that the people of this country will announce for him. People are giving their verdict that they are with the Prime Minister in this fight against the Black money," Sinha said.
"People don't have any interest in Rahul Gandhi allegations. Opposition does not have any issue and their protest on the demonetisation has also not worked, they don't have anything and are just making unconstitutional statements. (ANI)