Kolkata, Dec 11: West Bengal Chief Minister (CM) Mamata Banerjee yet again lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the on-going demonetisation drive and tweeted that the most corrupt people are talking about removing corruption. Bengal CM hitting out PM Modi in another tweet stated  that demonetisation was done only to help Modi babu and his close associates.Also Read - Big Update: West Bengal Makes Pre-Board Tests Mandatory For Class 10, 12

“The arrogant and destructive attitude of this government is trying to destroy the world’s largest democracy,” lashing out at Modi government Mamata tweeted.This came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharaich rally on Sunday over phone, where PM Modi vowed to punish the black money holders and said that  the country is facing hardships to see a honest India. Also Read - Ravi Kiran Realty's Properties To Be Auctioned By SEBI To Recover Investors' Money

The West Bengal CM has been consistently criticising the demonetisation drive since it was implemented. She conducted several rallies in West Bengal, Delhi, Lucknow and Patna. On December 8, the Bengal CM had lashed out at PM Modi on social media giant Facebook  saying that people have been subjected to harassment and PM Modi must clarify and termed demonetisation as a ‘ BIG Black decision’. No one knows when this unfortunate ordeal will end. No one knows when good senses will prevail to stop this mindless harassment and sufferings of common people. No one knows what good has happened to the country and its people with this BIG, BLACK DECISION,” Bengal CM wrote on Facebook. Also Read - West Bengal Covid Update: Existing Restrictions and Relaxations to Continue till December 15

“One month of demonetisation has been a  harassment, pain, hopelessness, financial insecurity and utter chaos. Around 90 people have died by standing in long queues outside banks and ATMs,” Mamata had written on Facebook on the inconvenience caused to people. The Bengal CM had also criticised the Centre for deploying Indian army at various toll plazas across West Bengal. This was termed as a regular exercise of army by the Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.