BJP to teach people about cashless life
Delhi BJP will be out on the streets on Sunday to help people use technology to deal with demonetisation. This is one of the many steps the new chief, Manoj Tiwari, plans to take to connect with the people.
“Less cash to cashless” is what BJP plans to teach Delhiites, especially the elderly. “We know people are facing problems. But it is time we educate people about cashless ways of transaction,” said Tiwari.
Close to 10,000 party workers, including Union ministers, MPs, MLAs, councillors, will be out in their respective areas. “Our workers will go to markets, Metro stations and residential colonies to help people understand that e-spending is the future,” Tiwari said.
He hit out at AAP and other political parties which are opposing the note ban. “They have no concern for India’s economic health, which was badly affected due to black money. They fear the rise of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” he said. The party also plans to garner the support of people living in clusters and unauthorised colonies.