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Demonetisation Protest

Bandh against demonetisation evokes mixed reaction

The protest had its echo in both Houses of the Bihar legislature where legislators of Congress, RJD and CPI-ML raised slogans against scrapping of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes.

Shutdown cripples normal life

The tremendous hardships being faced by the comman man, the opposition parties called shutdown to protest against demonetisation of high value currency.

Bandh call evokes partial response in Telugu states

YSR Congress and Congress said that they have not called for 'Bharat Bandh' but were only protesting against the people's sufferings due to demonetisation.

Naidu attacks Cong, Left over planned protests on Nov 28

"It is evident that the so called ‘akrosh' of Congress is not genuine since it has no justification to be angry on the issue of demonetisation. "It is plain and simple. How can any party be angry when the people clearly demonstrated to bear with short term pains for long term gains.

PM scared of facing Parliament: Kejriwal

"The President should direct the Prime Minister to attend the Parliament. This is the first prime minister who is so scared of facing the Parliament," Kejriwal tweeted.

Mamata, Kejriwal attack Modi over demonetisation

Kejriwal said, demonetisation was the "biggest scam" in Independent India's history while Banerjee said Modi should not run the country through "dictatorship", calling the protest a fight to save the country.

Note ban: Congress to hold anti-Modi protests in Telangana

"Demonetisation has brought misery to the poor, middle class and housewives. Congress is against black money but the manner in which Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes have been cancelled it has only created chaos in the country," Telangana Pradesh Congress President Uttam Kumar Reddy said.

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