PMO looking for Math tutor: Rahul mocks govt as RBI still counting banned notes

PMO looking for Math tutor: Rahul mocks govt as RBI still counting banned notes

PMO looking for Math tutor: Rahul mocks govt as RBI still counting banned notes

Congress was on Thursday at the RBI to count more prohibited bills, with Rahul Gandhi said the government is looking for a math teacher and they soon apply to the PMO.

“GOI looking for a math teacher. Please apply as soon as possible for PMO,” Gandhi said on Twitter, noting a bulletin quoted Urjit Patel, the governor of the RBI, saying that central bank accounts always demonetized notes.

Earlier, senior party leader P Chidambaram took a look at the RBI to buy ticket counts machines eight months after the demonetization and asked the federal bank if she had heard of rental equipment. ”

“Buy tickets RBI counting machines 8 months after demonetization! RBI has not heard of” leasing, “he wrote.

Chidambaram also amused NDA Mudra program, the government claims to have provided self-employment opportunities to more than 7 million rupees people, especially young people.

“7.28 million rupees youth self-employed under Mudra loan scheme ‘- this is the title of the mythological series can apply from today’s writers.” Has it been posted on Twitter today.

The former finance minister criticized the decision to demonetize the government and said it hit the country’s economy and growth prospects.

RBI governor Urjit Patel during his appearance before a parliamentary panel said the banned banknotes were still counted and therefore he was not able to give a figure on the currency that was left in the system.

In appearing before the Standing Finance Committee yesterday, Patel did not provide a “specific number” of the amount of money that has been deposited after the demonetization.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented notes from November 8 Cash of Rs 500 and 1,000 miles.

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