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PM Modi attends Lok Sabha today but does not speak

PM Modi attends Lok Sabha but does not speak PM Modi attends Lok Sabha but does not speak1

LIVE BHARATH : New Delhi :By way of the demonetisation drive entered the third week, 10 political parties came together to accelerate their protest against the decision to ban Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes by holding a massive dharna outside Parliament today.

Protesting Prime Minister demonetisation drive, Cong VP Rahul Gandhi today called the decision “PM’s biggest impromptu financial experiment”.

Prime Minister didn’t discuss this with anyone. This isn’t Finance Minister’s decision but PM’s,Rahul Gandhi added.

For the meantime, WB Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who has been at the forefront of the protests against demonetisation, is also expected to lead a protest at the Jantar Mantar today.

Rahul Gandhi further said that his party wants the debate on demonetisation under adjournment motion.

Ever since the winter session of Parliament started on November 16, a united Opposition had been demanding the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the House to debate demonetisation.

However, Prime Minister, on Wednesday Modi attends Lok Sabha but does not speak.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Modi, in a BJP Parliamentary Party meeting on Tuesday, had urged the members to counter what he called “misinformation” being spread by the Opposition parties.

Modi also launched a survey on demonetisation by asking the common people 10 questions on his Narendra Modi mobile app.

LIVE BHARATH : New Delhi :By way of the demonetisation drive entered the third week, 10 political parties came together to accelerate their protest against the decision to ban Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes by holding a massive dharna outside Parliament today. Protesting Prime Minister demonetisation drive, Cong VP Rahul Gandhi today called the decision "PM's biggest impromptu financial experiment". Prime Minister didn't discuss this with anyone. This isn't Finance Minister's decision but PM's,Rahul Gandhi added. For the meantime, WB Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who has been at the forefront of the protests against demonetisation, is also expected to…

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