Former External Affair Minister and one of the most prominent Congress Leader Salman Khurshid joined us on Facebook Live Session on Saturday. The minister answers all the questions prominently and also give his distinct views about issues like Demonetisation, E-courts and parliamentary problems.
Talking about e-courts, the congress leader said there was a need of e-courts and video conferencing facilities in high courts of the country for a robust justice delivery system.
When asking about Prime Minister Modi recent speech where prime minister said that opposition didn’t let him speak at the Lok Sabha, Mr. Khurshid said “It’s laughable if Narendra Modi said that we didn’t let him speak in Lok Sabha, he may have several problem with congress or opposition but didn’t let PM Modi speak on parliament is not one of them”.
Mr. Khurshid further said that opposition is ready to cooperate with government on houses only if they will start listening others too.
Talking about congress party vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Mr Khurshid said the vice president must have heard something about Demonetisation that would be the reason behind his Lok Sabha statement.
Mr. Khurshid criticised Modi government’s Demonetisation decision and said that it’s not even Demonetisation it is just cash swapping work.
“PM Modi decision to end circulation of 500 and 1000 rs note is faulty; first the government said that 500,1000 rs notes circulation will stop from 8th November onwards, then they said the old notes will work on petrol pumps, tolls and other places, it shows lack of preparation behind the movement” Khurshid said.
He further said because of Demonetisation, everyone is facing problems be it lower middle class, farmers, business owners and upper middle class people.
Mr. Khurshid also criticised ‘Swach Bharat Abhiyan’ and ‘Namami Gange’ initiative saying that Modi government is only good at creating propaganda’s but they have failed at implementing every single one of it. All initiatives look good on paper but on ground level their every projects has failed.