Vijay Goel

Goel says, “Political parties and leaders who are worried about their own black money are misguiding the public”

A day after Union Minister of Youth Affairs & Sports
administered a pledge to hundreds of youth at Rajghat to support PM’s Surgical Strike on
Black Money under the recent demonetisation scheme, Goel today visited various banks in
Delhi’s Paharganj area to check their preparedness for the process.

Goel also set up a public support camp along with Bharatiya Janata Party volunteers in order
to help various sections with the formalities related to the currency exchange scheme. The
volunteers have also made arrangements for water and refreshments for the people lining up
outside the banks. Goel was seen interacting with the masses and knowing their grievances.
He even spoke to several bank officials in the area and suggested that they open more
counters for extended hours in order to help the public in a better and efficient manner.

During his interaction with the public, Goel urged them to support the PM’s decision as it’s
for the overall good of the nation and can be successful only with people’s cooperation. He
also stated that there are some initial problems but people are cooperating in the entire
process which was evident from the feedback of many standing in the queue. He even
appreciated the bank officials who are helping the public in long queues.

Interacting with the media Goel said, “Some political parties are engaging in rumour-
mongering in order to misguide people and deter the process of smooth transition.” “These
political leaders who are spreading rumours are worried by the PM’s growing popularity post
the bold decision to ban Rs.500 and Rs. 1000 currency notes to curb black money”, Goel
added. Goel also urged the volunteers of the BJP to setup similar public support camps across
Delhi and other regions to help the masses and the weaker sections.

Earlier, Vijay Goel hailed PM’s initiative and termed it the second “Swachhta Abhiyaan” to
free the nation from corruption and malpractice. He further stated, “The ones who have
stashed black money are blaming the government and misguiding the public but those leading
an honest life are happy with the PM’s historic decision”, he added.

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