SHILLONG, Dec 5: In trying to portray Meghalaya’s popular view on the adverse effects of Prime Minister rendra Modi’s demonetization of currencies, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma told newsmen that the ‘whimsical’ ways of doing things has affected the laymen and encouraged further corruption.
It is apparent that the Chief Minister is toeing the line of the high command in attacking the Prime Minister by calling his action as an act of “complete bankruptcy and arrogance”. During an interaction with media persons on Monday, Sangma said, “Things should be done expeditiously and not hurriedly.”
“We cannot keep pace without due diligence and this hurried move will definitely breed more corruption,” stated the Meghalaya Chief Minister while questioning on whether he knew about the tradition of the tribal people.
“I am ready for anything good for the country but not in the whimsical routes that will put common men in trouble,” the Chief Minister stated.