On the third anniversary of demonetisation, 8 November 2019, senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi slammed the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) government for the move that abruptly cut off circulation of all Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes in the market.While Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that the decision was taken to crack down on black money, terror funding and corruption, three years down the line#DeMonetisationDisaster is trending on Twitter.Other opposition leaders like Priyanka Gandhi and Mamata Banerjee have also taken to Twitter to criticise the government.No, Sitharaman Didn’t Say Demonetisation Had No Impact on EconomyTook Many Lives & Left Indians Unemployed: Rahul GandhiSenior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi squarely blamed the BJP government for “wiping out lakhs of businesses" and leaving “millions of Indians unemployed.”He said that even three years later, the government that brought this “vicious attack” upon the country is yet “to be brought to justice.”Did Demonetisation ‘Disaster’ Aid Modi’s Political Success?Demonetisation Proved to be a Disaster: PriyankaSlamming the Modi government for claiming that demonetisation was a "slayer of all evils", Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said it proved to be a "disaster" that has all but destroyed the economy.Demonetisation’s Link to Economic Slump: Was Data ‘Concealed’?Note Ban Was a Futile Exercise: MamataWest Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asserted that she knew from the very beginning that the decision would ruin millions of lives.Banerjee, during her campaign for the Lok Sabha elections earlier this year, had promised to conduct an investigation into demonetisation.On the first anniversary of note ban in 2017, she had turned her Twitter display picture black in protest.On several occasions, the Trinamool Congress supremo alleged that the Modi government's move was a "big scam" that benefited only a handful of people.Vice President Venkaiah Naidu Hails Demonetization Country is Facing Consequences of Note Ban: NCPJoining the chorus, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) tweeted against demonetisation too.The party’s official Twitter handle posted a tweet that reads:“Even after 3 years of demonetisation, the country is facing its consequences. The crumbling economy, recession and unemployment of lakhs is what the Modi government has given to the people.”‘Foolishness’: Rahul Slams PM Modi Over Demonetisation, GST‘Neither Terrorism Stopped Nor The Business of Fake Notes’Congress' chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also hit out at Prime Minister Modi for the demonetisation move, describing him as "today's Tughlaq"."Sultan Muhammad bin Tughlaq rendered the country's currency useless in the year 1330. Today's Tughlaq did the same on 8 November 2016," he said in a tweet."Three years have passed and the country is suffering because- economy collapsed, employment lost. Neither terrorism stopped, nor the business of fake notes," he said, and asked who is responsible.Surjewala also cited global rating agency Moody's lowering the outlook on the government of India's ratings to negative, to claim that demonetisation was a "man-made catastrophe".He questioned the "silence" of those in power on the third anniversary of demonetisation.50 Lakh People Lost Their Jobs Since Demonetisation: Report‘Biggest Scandal Legally Committed’Criticising demonetisation, the IT Wing of Tamil Nadu’s Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) has tweeted a video calling 8 November a ‘black day’.The tweet reads, “'The biggest scandal of the century legally committed.”The video asserts how demonetisation has led to no economic growth and add to it, ‘the fiscal cost of demonetisation exercise itself has exceeded the benefits.’The video also says there were reports of over 100 people dying due to demonetisation.(With Inputs from PTI)Demonetisation Killing Jobs Instead of Black Money is Kaafi Real We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.