1. If demonetisation policy is not rolled back, Narendra Modi government will be: Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut

If demonetisation policy is not rolled back, Narendra Modi government will be: Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut

The Shiv Sena leader had warned the central government saying that if Narendra Modi doesn't roll back the note-ban policy, the government will be rolled back.

By: | New Delhi | Published: November 15, 2016 6:10 AM
Sanjay Raut had warned the central government saying that if Narendra Modi doesn't roll back the note-ban policy, the government will be rolled back. (PTI) Sanjay Raut had warned the central government saying that if Narendra Modi doesn’t roll back the note-ban policy, the government will be rolled back. (PTI)

Following the implementation of the demonetisation policy by the Narendra Modi-led central government and the daily problems faced by the common people to get new currency notes, Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut had claimed for a roll back of the policy. The Shiv Sena leader had warned the central government saying that if Narendra Modi doesn’t roll back the note-ban policy, the government will be rolled back.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had, on November 8, initiated the demonetisation policy, following which currency notes of the denomination Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 had been banned and replaced with new notes. Following the note-ban their had been a panic among people, with many standing in long lines outside the banks and ATMs, in order to replace the banned notes with the newer ones, thereby saving their currency notes from turning into useless pieces of paper.

With discontent among people, struggling to collect usable cash from the banks or ATMs, opposition parties have also locked horns with the Modi-government, with afew calling it a scam. Amid political storm resulted post Narendra Modi’s new policy, Congress and seven other opposition parties had met on Monday to formulate a joint strategy to discuss issues including the demonetisation policy.

However, Prime Minister Modi had taken an aggressive tone against the opposition and claimed that it was a mandate to implement the policy, citing the increase in the circulation of blackmoney in the country. The oppositions had, though, argued claiming that the sudden ban in the notes created major pain for the poor and the middle class and had demanded for a better outcome to lessen public distress.

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    Ajay Sharma
    Nov 15, 2016 at 4:10 pm
    Hatt Budbak...........bhot saha Hindustan ne... Ab Modi g ko to kaam krne do...
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      Common man
      Nov 15, 2016 at 3:43 am
      Opposition parties meeting for Demonetisation :) .... What are some good things Opposition Parties come together and sit to discuss a problem ?
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        Sk
        Nov 17, 2016 at 3:48 am
        What is the importance of Shivsena in today's modi government, it is BIG ZERO, MR Uddhav and company cannot behave like the old days when Balasaheb was the suprimo, Uddhav thakre does not have the caliber, he should confined him self to Mumbai munil elections, better will be to be with modi, other wise in next election u will be zero down
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          Against Sick
          Nov 15, 2016 at 12:59 am
          Just like Kejri, Mamta and Commies in the rest of the country, Uddhav, Pawar, Rane, Bhujbal, Tatkare, or even third rung 'leaders' like Sanjay Raut in Maharashtra cutting across party lines, have amed huge amount of ill gotten wealth. They are scared now and hence one would see/hear shrill war cries from them in the days to come
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            Rangaesh Gadasalli
            Nov 15, 2016 at 7:07 pm
            Narendra Modi is not scared of Congress, Communists, Mulayam, Lallo and Mamata will he be scared off Shiv Sena which can not even cross Mumbai metropolitcan area? Sanjay Rawat is acting like Rahul Pappu with threat tactics. leave Maharashtra Govt, leave NDA and show your opposition sitting with Sonia Mammohan. The nation will teach you guys a good lesson.
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              Gruham Bendakaluru
              Nov 15, 2016 at 1:59 pm
              At least PM Modi has succeeded in bringing the opposition parties together several times. Very rarely has India seen the warring opposition parties come together to be united on any topic. The only joke, is that despite being united, the opposition has not been able to do any harm (or any good) to the current government.
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                Utkarsh G
                Nov 15, 2016 at 5:44 am
                Maybe Shiv Sena should be kicked out of the government. It is no longer the party it used to be under Balasaheb.
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                  Murli Mohan
                  Nov 15, 2016 at 9:48 am
                  Will a robber come to you only after announcing the time of strike. All these demonetisation decisions are kept very secret, till implemented even more sauarded than our annual central budget. If the information had been leaked before hand, you would not be hearing such hulla gulla by affected political parties. Only those shout and cry to whom it pinches most, and then they tray to devise methods to byp these measures.
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                    mickymouse
                    Nov 16, 2016 at 6:32 pm
                    Modiji will not go back on his decissions even if god proposes.He is incarvation of vishnu.Kaliyugu pradama padha is ended Kruta yuga part in kaliyuga dweteeya padaadha have to start.It is started now dia is going to see wonders. All hiranya kasyapas ,Hiranyakshas are going to die in this Yagna.
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                      Panjas
                      Nov 15, 2016 at 12:49 am
                      Nice decision but implemented badly
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                        PATRIOT
                        Nov 15, 2016 at 11:02 am
                        Raid Mr.Raut's house. There could be huge stash of cash.
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                          Srinath Babu
                          Nov 15, 2016 at 1:56 pm
                          As a common man i am with Union Govt, probably he is trying to park his personell money.
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                            JAIN
                            Nov 15, 2016 at 1:00 am
                            If Sanjay think so, then his party should quit the Government and make a start to bring down the Govt.I am surprised that he can't see the amt of cash coming to Banks, which has never ever seen bank and its effect on bank rates and housing and other loan rates falling. Also real estate priices falling.If he is serious then quit rather than issuing warning on every issue . Even world Bank and Crisil have issued report on benefit of Black moeny getting out of systmem.This is politically best decission ever taken by any govt. in power without thinking of Vote Bank.
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                              Ranjan
                              Nov 16, 2016 at 10:05 am
                              We all are with you Modi sir. Please don't roll back the decision.
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                                Desh bhakt.
                                Nov 15, 2016 at 1:21 pm
                                This is why BJP keeps you where you deserve to be. You will never come up as a party.
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