In an uncommon display of unity, opposition parties held hands on Monday to corner Prime Minister Modi in Parliament over the Center’s demonetisation move. The Congress, Janata Dal (United), Trinamool Congress, Rashtriya Janata Dal, Left gatherings and YSR Congress crouched to chalk out a system for the winter session that starts this Wednesday and proceeds till December 16.
Their reason for contradicting the demonetisation is that it has prompted to monetary turmoil and agonies for the basic man. All gatherings consented to assault the legislature, yet did not achieve an agreement on West Bengal boss clergyman Mamata Banerjee’s proposition to hand over a challenge notice to President Pranab Mukherjee.
“The Congress, Left and the JD(U) are of the feeling that a force ought to be fabricated first inside Parliament for no less than a week and after that meet the President. (Be that as it may, our gathering boss has officially looked for time from the President on 16th or 17th Nov,” said a Trinamool party member.
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