Trinamool Congress seek Modi’s resignation

New Delhi: The Trinamool Congress today demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s resignation for the unfavorable effects of demonetisation keeping in mind that his self-imposed 50-day deadline has ended now.

Derek O’Brien, Trinamool spokesperson stated: “The Prime Minister set a 50-day deadline — 110 people have died, the economy is in a mess, the original motives he set out with — ending funding of terrorism, black money, corruption — nothing has happened.”

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“Tonight the deadline ends and tomorrow is a good day for him to resign. It’s the last day of the year, the Prime Minister must and should resign,” he added.

Derek O’Brien termed the move that the Prime Minister brought November 8 to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes as a “complete failure”.

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He further went on to say that the decision has electoral motive behind it and this has nothing to do with removal of terrorism or ending of corruption or black money.