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PM Modi addresses rally via phone; emphasizes on the use of technology

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the BJP’s Parivartan Sabha in Bahraich district via phone as his helicopter could not land at the venue due to fog and clouds. PM Modi once again appealed to the people to start using mobile banking following the demonetization move.

PM emphasized on the use of technology including mobile phones saying he was able to connect to them by phone while even a “powerful” helicopter had been thwarted by the weather. However, his speech was interrupted by poor audio quality, and he was inaudible on many occasions.

Huge amounts of cash were being recovered and people were being caught by every passing day. Talking about this, Modi said, “Roj noton ke dher pakde ja rahe hain… bade-bade log pakde ja rahe hain… bade-bade babu pakde ja rahe hain… bade-bade bank wale pakde ja rahe hain.”

Technology had made it possible to track the transactions in banks. Those trying to work around the law would certainly get trapped in the next few months.

Targeting the opposition parties once again PM said those who had been rejected by the people were stalling Parliament. “We are ready for a debate (on demonetisation), but the government is not being allowed to present its point of view by those who have been discarded by electorate,” he said. “We are asking for a discussion and they are creating hurdles in the proceedings of the House,” the PM added.

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