Prime Minister Modi had said that people have been supporting the government and helping one another to tide over the “difficult” times after demonetisation, while congress trying to manufacture anger.
“Policy decisions in the past had been guided by elections and electoral gains,” Modi said in the parliamentary party meeting. “When the debate was about whether households should get nine or 12 LPG cylinders, we gave a call to give up their LPG subsidy and there has been an overwhelming response. This is an example of people’s power. In a democracy, janshakti should be above rajya shakti. My government has brought this into prominence.”
“I have requested people to cooperate with me for 50 days. People are ready to cooperate and after 50 days, things will be smoother,” he said. The more you create awareness, the faster things will be under control,” Modi said.
“He said the ideal would have been the Opposition giving suggestions on means for effective implementation and plugging loopholes. He said, ‘Unfortunately the Opposition is not discussing the issue inside or outside the House. All of you should engage in creating awareness in digital transaction’,” an MP said.
A resolution moved by Rajnath Singh and seconded by Arun Jaitley, condemning the disruption of the House and lauding the people said, “The Congress party is confused on the issue of demonetisation and does not know what it stands for. It has even contradicted itself. Almost daily, the Congress and Trinamool Congress look the other way even as their members engage in boisterous sloganeering in the well of the House. By their poor arguments, they risked, if anything, being on the side of the black money holders. The Congress kept shifting the goal-posts to justify their obstruction of the House.”
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