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Chandrababu non-committal on heading CMs' panel on note ban

Chandrababu did not elaborate on what constraints were and also what exactly transpired between him and Jaitley

Press Trust of India  |  Vijayawada 

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu remained non-committal on whether or not he would head the five-member committee of chief ministers proposed by the Centre to look into post-demonetisation related issues. "I told (Union Finance Minister) Arun Jaitley there are constraints. But there is no communication (from the Centre) thereafter," he said in reply to a question at a press conference. Chandrababu, however, did not elaborate on what the constraints were and also what exactly transpired between him and Jaitley. Jaitley called Chandrababu over ...


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First Published: Wed, November 30 2016. 08:42 IST