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Thursday, November 24, 2016

NDA faces United Opposition Front's protest on currencies ban.

By on Thursday, November 24, 2016
AK TIWARI; NEW DELHI
Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal and TMC Supremo, opened a front against Union Government facing the attack of opposition for the currencies ban on Wednesday. Mamta Banerjee demonstrated at Jantar-Mantar against the decision of demonetization by Modi government and demanded the revocation of decision from government. Meanwhile the government has begun the talk to finish the deadlock continued on the issue of currencies ban. The home minister, Rajnath Singh, calls all party meeting on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.
Mayawati, BSP supreme, said using the vitriolic words over the PM Narendra Modi outside the parliament house regarding the currencies ban. She said, “If the PM did so much excellent work, why is he avoiding his presence in the House.”  “I request to the president to summon the PM; and to find the solution of hard situation recently occurred to the public after currencies ban,” she said. . The parliament has been adjourned after the uproar meanwhile till Thursday.
Mayawati said , " the PM listen to the opposition in the House." She alleged that there was some manipulations in currencies ban, but we are with the government side on the issue of black money; but if the decision on the notes ban had been taken of thoughtfully, which was taken hurriedly without homework; we would have supported the government.
Rahul Gandhi, targeting the PM Modi on the issue of notes ban, has said in the attacking way that the opposition is demanding: "the PM must reply in the House". Why isn’t he coming here? Why is he in nervousness??
Not so much, Rahul Gandhi said that the PM hadn’t talked with the Finance Minister on or about the currencies ban. The decision was not in cognizance of the FM, but was by the PM. whatever he did was a big financial test without preparation.
The difficulties of Modi government, facing the attack of opposition on the demonitisation from the beginning of winter session, may increase now. The United Opposition Front protested near statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the House campus after the meeting of MPs on Wednesday morning at 9.30 o’clock. The 200 crowd of lawmakers from 12 parties were present in this protest.
All parties shall be under tricolor (national flag) to maintain the core issue on demonitisation, and none of them will use their own flags. All parties MPs will shout common slogan ‘Modi Ji Ki Man Ki Bat, Garibon Ke Pet Me Lat’ (The spontaneous vent of Modi ji is a kick on the belly of poor)
The opposition is demanding that the PM Modi must be present during the argument of demonitisation when the house goes for discussion under rule 156; the allegation of leaks on the currencies ban should be probed by the JPC. The opposition has warned that if the demands are not considered, the session will be interrupted.


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