'Rs 15 lakh in every citizen's account' theory cooked up by Congress, AAP?

New Delhi, Apr 4: A day after Congress accused Narendra Modi of fooling people on black money issue, Modi admirers have now come out in Prime Minister's support and said it is Congress and AAP's conspiracy to mislead the nation.

'Modi never promised Rs 15 lakh'

Protesters led by Karnataka Youth Congress President Rizwan Arshad mocked at BJP government over its "failure" in fulfilling its electoral promise of bringing back the black money and depositing Rs 15 lakh into the account of each citizen.

Youth Congress workers distributed fake cheques of Rs 15 lakh to the public while marching towards the venue of BJP's National Executive as a mark of protest.

[Modi Government keeps its promise; already recovered Rs 3,500 crore in Black Money]

Coming out in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his NDA government president of Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena Tajinder Pal Bagga has claimed it is the Congress and Aam Aadmi Party which is spreading rumours and misleading the country on the black money issue.

In his Facebook post, Bagga has claimed that in none of his election rallies, last year, PM Narendra Modi had promised depositing Rs 15 lakh into the account of each citizen after bringing the black money stashed abroad. The post has gone viral on the social media.

Accusing Congress and AAP of misconstruing Narendra Modi's speech in an election rally Bagga claimed, "In none of his rallies Narendra Modi had promised the voters that he'll deposit Rs 15 lakh to every citizen's account. He had claimed 'if all the black money stashed abroad is brought back, then everyone's share would be approximately Rs 15 lakh and that money could be utilised for welfare of country'."

Bagga has even shared a YouTube link of Modi's poll rally in which PM Modi could be heard saying the same.

He has even challenged both the Congress as well as AAP to stop spreading such rumours and prove if Modi had ever promised 'depositing Rs 15 lakh in ever citizen's account'.

Bagga has said that if Congress and AAP prove their allegation then he'll himself deposit Rs 15 lakh in every Congress and AAP worker's account.

He even urged them to fetch all the videos of Modi's rallies from the Election Commission, which has recording of each and every rally done by the BJP strongman, and prove their allegation instead of bad mouthing the Prime Minister as well as the government.

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