Prime Minister Narendra Modi has criticised opposition parties for their 'Bharat Bandh' call against demonetisation and said opposition is organising the strike at a time when he is trying to root out corruption and black money from the country.

Addressing BJP's parivartan rally in Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh yesterday, Mr Modi said, the decision on demonetisation was tough, but the future will be bright. Referring to the problems being faced by the common man including villagers in withdrawing money, he advised them to take the e-wallet route. The Prime Minister also made a fervent appeal to the youth to help make India a cashless economy.

Mr Modi said, his government is dedicated for the cause of the deprived. He said, the government is committed to serve farmers, poor, dalits and deprived section of the society. He said, the Union Government has taken various initiatives to benefit the farmers specially cane growers.

Mr Modi attacked the Samajwadi Party government in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh for being unconcerned to the hardships of the people and asked if its family feud was over to allow it to concentrate on implementing central schemes for farmers. He appealed the Uttar Pradesh Government to implement the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Beema Yojana as soon as possible.

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