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Govt lashes out at opposition for disruptions in Parliament on demonetisation

All India Radio Friday, 2 December 2016
Govt lashes out at opposition for disruptions in Parliament on demonetisationGovernment today lashed out at opposition for disruptions in Parliament on demonetization issue alleging that they are not allowing both the Houses to function fearing that they will be exposed. Talking to reporters outside Parliament, Minister of State in Prime Minister’s office, Dr Jitendra Singh said the entire nation is with the Prime Minister over the issue, but opposition parties are trying to create a controversy.
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"The BJP has assumed the line most people are supporting the Prime Minister on demonetisation but the opposition was disrupting Parliament to serve its own political needs. With the opposition persisting with its logjam of parliament over the demonetisation issue, the BJP today asked the...

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