New Delhi: Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to stay the latest demonetisation order putting a ceiling on the deposit of scrapped currency.
Amarinder Singh also demanded a review of the November 8 demonetisation policy. He urged the apex court to treat his petition as a public interest litigation.
He said these changing rules were causing havoc when people were already facing immense hardship as a result of the currency ban.
In his petition, Amarinder Singh questioned the need to put a ceiling on the deposit of old notes when the government earlier told the people not to rush to banks as there was time until December 30 to deposit money–IANS
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