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Opposition Demanded Apology from PM Modi

New Delhi: A united Opposition on Friday looked for a conciliatory sentiment from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for calling them “supporters of black money, as they constrained two deferments of procedures in Rajya Sabha till evening.

Congress, Bahujan Samaaj Party and Trinamnool Congress individuals hurried into the Well of the Upper House yelling mottos requesting a statement of regret from the leader for his comments, while the decision seats coordinated them with trademarks commending of Modi, making a commotion driving Deputy Chairman P J Kurien to suspend the procedures till twelve. At the point when the House met once more, comparative scenes kept constraining another suspension till 2.30 pm.

Instantly after the Upper House grieved the demise of its previous part Dipen Ghosh, BSP chief and previous Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati was up on her feet saying the executive had at the beginning of today “wrongly blamed restriction for holding black money” and requested that he ought to apologize for his comments. Pioneer of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad said when it was made clear by previous Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and others amid level headed discussion on demonetization on Thursday that the restriction is against black money, by what method can Modi make such charges.

“By what means can Prime Minister level such a charge… we are against black money. Executive must apologize,” he said as Congress and other restriction individuals trooped into the Well of House, raising mottos like “Pradhan mantri maafi mango (head administrator apologize).”

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