Yes Bank crisis: Amit Malviya hits back at Rahul Gandhi, says Chidambaram responsible for mess

Yes Bank crisis: Amit Malviya hits back at Rahul Gandhi, says Chidambaram responsible for mess

Yes Bank crisis: Amit Malviya said former Finance Minister P Chidambaram is the one who should be blamed for the "mess" Indian banks and the economy are in today


The RBI has put Yes Bank under a moratorium and imposed limits on monthly withdrawal that can be made per account. (Photo: Reuters)

Moments after former Congress preside
nt Rahul Gandhi attacked the Narendra Modi government and held it responsible for "destroying Indian economy" by citing the latest Yes Bank crisis, BJP leader and the party's national IT in-charge Amit Maviya said it is the Congress that is responsible for this current crisis.
In a tweet, Rahul Gandhi said, "No Yes Bank. Modi and his ideas have destroyed India's economy. #NoBank."
https://twitter.com/RahulGandhi/status/1235814953925267459?s=20
Hitting back at Rahul Gandhi, Amit Malviya said senior Congress leader and former Finance Minister P Chidambaram is the one who should be blamed for the "mess" Indian banks and the economy are in today.
"No Rahul, it is P Chidambaram, your former finance minister, who is responsible for the mess India's banks and economy are in," Amit Malviya said in a tweet.
To buttress his allegations, Amit Malviya also attached a video post of former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh, whom Malviya introduced as a former Congress ally. In the video, Amar Singh says non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks piled up due to the policies adopted by P Chidamabaram when he was India's finance minister. Singh is also heard claiming that he has evidence of various wrongdoings on part of Chidamabaram to support his charge.

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