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Centre must take initiative to resolve demonetisation row in parliament, says Sharad Yadav

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The (United) has put the ball in the government's and said that it has to take the initiative to resolve the deadlock over in

JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav told ANI that the opposition wants the to function without any disruptions.

"But as of now there is an ongoing friction between the and opposition. So, the must take the initiative to end this deadlock and definitely there will be a way out," he added.

A united opposition has so far continued to stall proceedings in both Houses over the issue.

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar yesterday hit out at the opposition for stalling parliamentary proceedings and accused them of running away from debate.

He appealed to the opposition parties not to derail the government's crusade against

Stating that the entire country is in support of the decision on scrapping of high value currency notes, Kumar said the is ready for a discussion on the issue from day one of the winter session.

The opposition did not pay heed to his appeal and continued their protest.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The (United) has put the ball in the government's and said that it has to take the initiative to resolve the deadlock over in

JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav told ANI that the opposition wants the to function without any disruptions.

"But as of now there is an ongoing friction between the and opposition. So, the must take the initiative to end this deadlock and definitely there will be a way out," he added.

A united opposition has so far continued to stall proceedings in both Houses over the issue.

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar yesterday hit out at the opposition for stalling parliamentary proceedings and accused them of running away from debate.

He appealed to the opposition parties not to derail the government's crusade against

Stating that the entire country is in support of the decision on scrapping of high value currency notes, Kumar said the is ready for a discussion on the issue from day one of the winter session.

The opposition did not pay heed to his appeal and continued their protest.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Centre must take initiative to resolve demonetisation row in parliament, says Sharad Yadav

The (United) has put the ball in the government's and said that it has to take the initiative to resolve the deadlock over in

JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav told ANI that the opposition wants the to function without any disruptions.

"But as of now there is an ongoing friction between the and opposition. So, the must take the initiative to end this deadlock and definitely there will be a way out," he added.

A united opposition has so far continued to stall proceedings in both Houses over the issue.

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar yesterday hit out at the opposition for stalling parliamentary proceedings and accused them of running away from debate.

He appealed to the opposition parties not to derail the government's crusade against

Stating that the entire country is in support of the decision on scrapping of high value currency notes, Kumar said the is ready for a discussion on the issue from day one of the winter session.

The opposition did not pay heed to his appeal and continued their protest.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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