Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, who has been against the new move to ban Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes from circulation, recently launched an attack on PM Modi, accusing him of corruption. 

Questioning the move to introduce Rs 2000 notes in place of Rs 1000, he said that he failed to understand how it will help fight corruption. 

He went on to allege that the Modi government had already taken care of their aids and associates, whom the governments had informed a week beforehand. According to him, they had already safeguarded their cash via investments. 

Kejriwal also asked Modi why he hadn't touched the Swiss Banks, which is where most of the country's black money is stashed. He asked why Swiss Bank account holders in India had not been questioned. 

Kejriwal has been questioning Modi on Twitter too: 

He has also been retweeting critical views by other leaders as well. 

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