Arvind Kejriwal & Mamta Banerjee will hold a rally today
The rally will be held at Azadpur Mandi, the biggest vegetable and fruits wholesale hub in the national capital.
“Public meeting against the demonetisation at 11 am at Azadpur Mandi tomorrow. People who are facing problems due to this move of demonetisation reach there,” Kejriwal said in a series of tweets.
Address farmers, traders and labourers.
Kejriwal also said that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who is also protesting against the Centre’s decision to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, will be joining him and address farmers, traders and labourers.
“Against demonetisation, Mamata Banerjee will also address Azadpur Mandi’s public meeting with me. All reach there,” the Delhi CM said in another tweeted.
Kejriwal’s decision to hold a rally of farmers, traders and also labourers comes a day after he has urged President Pranab Mukherjee to direct the Centre in order to withdraw demonetisation move while demanding a Supreme Court-monitored probe into the scrapping of high currency notes.
Earlier in the day, AAP MP Bhagwant Mann has also joined the march from Parliament to President House led, which is led by Banerjee against demonetisation
Kejriwal and the AAP have been maintaining that the scheme is only causing severe hardship to the poor and has hit the farmers and traders, who are also forced to deal in cash due to the nature of the market and the economy involved.
The Chief Minister, who on Tuesday has moved a resolution against the Centre’s decision and had also termed the demonetisation as “fraud” on the nation aimed at further benefiting a “particular political party”, a veiled reference to BJP party.