Opposition Parties Planning This New Attack On Modi Govt

Opposition Parties Planning This New Attack On Modi Govt

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Adani Congress

Opposition Parties Planning This New Attack On Modi govt

 

The demonetisation happened last year on 28th November and much was discussed and is still discussed even now. The opposition parties a planning to unite and plan a protest on 28th November exactly after a year of Demonetisation

 

Modi Against Black Money
Modi Against Black Money

 

The parties could plan another protest, possibly on the streets, against the note ban, a drive declaring 500 and 1000-rupee notes as illegal to eradicate corruption and black money menace.

 

Yogi Government
Yogi Government

 

Man attribute success of BJP in UP election to Demonetisation as it curbed black money used in Election and polling in India.

Five Opposition parties – Congress, TMC, BSP, SP, and DMK – will meet on Monday to chalk out a strategy to take on the BJP-led government at the Centre on the first anniversary of demonetisation. The meeting will be another attempt to forge unity between parties from across the spectrum.

The parties could plan another protest, possibly on the streets, against the note ban, a drive declaring 500 and 1000-rupee notes as illegal to eradicate corruption and black money menace.

accompanied by a number of other Opposition leaders, had marched to the President’s house demanding the withdrawal of the exercise.

However, the movement came a cropper after it failed to change people’s perception that demonetisation indeed was for the better of the public at large.

The ruling dispensation was able to construct a view that the Opposition was objecting to demonetisation because they were scared of losing their black money. Problems worsened when Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, then a strong face in the Opposition, backed the notebandi.

Facing corruption charges, the Opposition failed to convince the country that demonetisation was going to “bring ruin”. However, after the RBI figures revealed that almost 99% of the demonetised currency had come back, and former finance minister Yashwant Sinha criticised the Modi government’s handling the economy, the Opposition is planning to ramp up its attack on the BJP.