United opposition stands against PM outside Parliament house over demonetisation

Photo of opposition leaders protest against the government outside Parliament house.

New Delhi: All united opposition today stands against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s continued silence and absence inside the Parliament house despite growing demands for him to speak on the demonetisation issue.

Apart from Left and the Aam Aadmi Party, all most all thirteen opposition parties protested at Parliament’s Gandhi Statue demanding answers on demonetisation.

The protesting parties were lead by the leaders from the Congress, the Trinamool Congress and the BSP.

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi questioned modi that why he is hesitating in facing opposition in the Parliament house for discussion on currency demonetisation.

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Although the Left did not join the protest, it said that it would mount a separate protest later in the day.

CPI leader D. Raja told the media that “approaching the President is the final option” if Modi did not respond to questions from the opposition.

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Jyotiraditya Scindia of the Congress said, “Seventy people have lost their lives. Is this a small matter.”