1. Demonetisation: ‘PM will intervene but don’t question our integrity’, says Home Minister Rajnath Singh

Demonetisation: ‘PM will intervene but don’t question our integrity’, says Home Minister Rajnath Singh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke about the protest against the demonetisation scheme in the parliament on Monday and said that if the opposition had any complaints on the implementation, then the BJP was ready for a debate.

By: | Updated: November 28, 2016 1:09 PM
demonetisation, rajnath singh, narendra modi, demonetisation narendra modi, demonetiaaton rajnath singh, demonetisation update, demonetisation news, financial express Rajnath Singh said that if the opposition wanted the Prime Minister to come to Lok Sabha for a debate then PM Modi would definitely make an intervention. (PTI)

Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke about the protest against the demonetisation scheme in the parliament on Monday and said that if the opposition had any complaints on the implementation, then the BJP was ready for a debate. He asked the opposition to not question the ruling party’s integrity. Rajnath Singh further said that if the opposition wanted the Prime Minister to come to Lok Sabha for a debate then PM Modi would definitely make an intervention.

Both the houses of the parliament have been under constant disruption ever since the demonetisation move was announced by the PrimemInister on the night of November 8. The opposition has since demanded the presence of the Prime Minister in the parliament but PM has failed to show up for discussion on the move that has left the entire nation in a state of chaos. While the primary motive of the demonetisation move was to curb the stem of black money in the veins of the nation, certain acts by the ruling BJP has raised questions. Earlier it was reported that the BJP bought land worth crores in Bihar a week before the demonetisation policy was announced.

Earlier former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had also attended the Rajya Sabha and condemned the demonetisation and said that no country in the world has stopped its people from withdrawing their hard earned money from banks. He had spoken to the people who believed that the move would be good in the long run and said that in the long run, we would all be dead.

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