In an attempt to justify demonetization and to counter the 'propaganda' that the country was facing an acute currency shortage, BJP state president Kummanam Rajashekharan has gone to the extent of citing football crowd as a sign of normalised economy!
 

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"If the country was facing currency scarcity for real, how come the Indian Super League finals witnessed a record crowd? If people are facing financial trouble, how come they spend money on tickets," he quipped. "Expos and fairs are underway across the state and people throng there and spend money freely," Rajashekharan said before starting his day and night 'Satyagraha' against state government in front of State Secretariat on Thursday. 
 

"Expos and fairs are underway across the state and people throng there and spend money freely," Kummanam Rajashekharan


The BJP leader alleged that the Left parties and the Congress were spreading panic among people through misinformation campaign. "There were some problems just after the economic restructuring measure was announced. But now, things are back to normal," Rajashekharan said. 
 

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