Oppn to raise note-ban issue again, criticises budget’s timing

Oppn to raise note-ban issue again, criticises budget’s timing

New Delhi: On the eve of Budget session, opposition parties on Monday signalled that demonetisation issue, which led to a virtual washout of the last session, would again heat up Parliament even as they vent their unhappiness over early presentation of Budget in the midst of poll season.
During an all-party meeting on Monday called by the government, opposition parties led by Congress and CPI(M) demanded discussion on demonetisation and said they will again raise the issue as it has severely impacted the public.
The most vocal critique of demonetisation, Trinamool Congress, skipped the meeting and said its MPs will not be present in Parliament on first two days of Budget Session as part of their protest against the note ban.

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