Vadra attacks Modi govt, says lack of coordination with banks creating problems

New Delhi: Robert Vadra today took the scathing attack on the Modi led government and stated that the Centre has lacked the management following the demonetization move. He further said that the problem for people has increased after the petrol pumps across the country threatened to stop accepting payments through credit or debit cards.

Vadra topok to the social media platform Facebook to express his thoughts and stated: “The government seems to have reached its levels of desperation to overcome the initial blunder it created through the unplanned and unthought process of demonetization.”



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“First government offered sops to push people to use debit or credit cards, and when people started using more of cashless means, now lack of coordination with banks and their policies is forcing petrol pump owners to adopt these drastic steps,” he said.

“What was the whole meaning to offer 0.75 per cent discount and then banks start charging MDR (merchant discount rate) 1 per cent from petrol pumps?” he asked.



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