After days of protests and agitations that have disrupted the parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is finally ready to speak in the house of the issue of demonetisation.
After days of protests and agitations that have disrupted the parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is finally ready to speak in the house of the issue of demonetisation. The Prime Minister also condemned the opposition parties for creating an impasse and not allowing debates to commence on major reforms like the demonetisation drive. The opposition led by Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi had repeatedly protested and caused an uproar in the parliament over the absence of the Prime Minister in the house for important discussions. Congress leaders had also said that the PM must first be present in the parliament and discuss with the members when an important decision like demonetisation is announced.
The opposition has been quite vocal in their opinion against the demonetisation drive citing reasons such as the severe inconvenience faced by the common man. The government has meanwhile attacked the opposition saying that they remained divided with different goals. Opposition leaders like Arvind Kejriwal and Rahul Gandhi had even accused the Prime Minister of informing bis close associates about the drive before it had officially been announced so that they could find a way out of the problem. reports had also surfaced that BJP leaders in West Bengal had deposited crores of money in the bank in old currency before the announcement was made.
Other reports had revealed that the Bhartiya Janata Party had bought land worth crores of rupees in various states across the country. Union Home Minister meanwhile had urged in the parliamement to not question their integrity and said that the Prime MInsiter would intervene in the matter. Although, despite the presence of the Pm in the parliament on a few ocassions, the opposition had not let the discussion commence.