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Opposition's uproar over demonetisation disrupts Parliament proceedings

All India Radio Thursday, 1 December 2016
Opposition's uproar over demonetisation disrupts Parliament proceedingsOpposition's uproar over demonetisation continued to disrupt proceedings in Parliament despite the presence of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.It has been the main demand of the main Opposition that the Prime Minister should be present during debate to listen to their views.
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News video: Opposition continues protest inside parliament as demonetisation completes one month

Opposition continues protest inside parliament as demonetisation completes one month 00:32

New Delhi, Dec 08 (ANI): Leaders of the opposition continued to stage protests inside parliament on Thursday as the process of demonetisation completed a month on Thursday. They held up posters with old denominations of Rs 500 and Rs. 1000 notes printed on it and accused Prime Minister Modi of...

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