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Demonetisation: PM Modi to hold meeting with senior ministers

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Prime Minister Modi will hold a meeting with the senior ministers at 10

Meanwhile, a meeting of the opposition parties is currently underway in to chalk out strategy to end the ongoing logjam over the move.

The deadlock in continued over issue as both and the witnessed repeated adjournments earlier on Friday.

The demanded Prime Minister Modi's intervention in the matter.

In the wake of the crunch being experienced across the nation following demonetisation, Prime Minister Modi yesterday called on the nation, especially the youth, to embrace baking.

However, the Opposition has been resolute on its stand that the poor and rural population are not tech savy, which is why is not a viable option for them, adding that those living in regions mostly comprising of villages do not even have bank accounts.

Meanwhile, the is observing 'Akrosh Divas' today in many parts of the nation.

The protest comes as the deadlock continues in with the government refusing to agree to a discussion in the that ends in a vote.

The ruling dispensation has also rejected the opposition's demand that Prime Minister Modi speak in the over the move.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the senior ministers at 10Meanwhile, a meeting of the opposition parties is currently underway in Parliament to chalk out strategy to end the ongoing logjam over the demonetisation move.The deadlock in Parliament continued over demonetisation issue as both Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha witnessed repeated adjournments earlier on Friday.The Congress demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention in the matter.In the wake of the cash crunch being experienced across the nation following demonetisation, Prime Minister Modi yesterday called on the nation, especially the youth, to embrace digital baking.However, the Opposition has been resolute on its stand that the poor and rural population are not tech savy, which is why digital banking is not a viable option for them, adding that those living in regions mostly comprising of villages do not even have bank accounts.Meanwhile, the Congress is observing 'Akrosh Divas' today in many ...

Prime Minister Modi will hold a meeting with the senior ministers at 10

Meanwhile, a meeting of the opposition parties is currently underway in to chalk out strategy to end the ongoing logjam over the move.

The deadlock in continued over issue as both and the witnessed repeated adjournments earlier on Friday.

The demanded Prime Minister Modi's intervention in the matter.

In the wake of the crunch being experienced across the nation following demonetisation, Prime Minister Modi yesterday called on the nation, especially the youth, to embrace baking.

However, the Opposition has been resolute on its stand that the poor and rural population are not tech savy, which is why is not a viable option for them, adding that those living in regions mostly comprising of villages do not even have bank accounts.

Meanwhile, the is observing 'Akrosh Divas' today in many parts of the nation.

The protest comes as the deadlock continues in with the government refusing to agree to a discussion in the that ends in a vote.

The ruling dispensation has also rejected the opposition's demand that Prime Minister Modi speak in the over the move.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Demonetisation: PM Modi to hold meeting with senior ministers

Prime Minister Modi will hold a meeting with the senior ministers at 10

Meanwhile, a meeting of the opposition parties is currently underway in to chalk out strategy to end the ongoing logjam over the move.

The deadlock in continued over issue as both and the witnessed repeated adjournments earlier on Friday.

The demanded Prime Minister Modi's intervention in the matter.

In the wake of the crunch being experienced across the nation following demonetisation, Prime Minister Modi yesterday called on the nation, especially the youth, to embrace baking.

However, the Opposition has been resolute on its stand that the poor and rural population are not tech savy, which is why is not a viable option for them, adding that those living in regions mostly comprising of villages do not even have bank accounts.

Meanwhile, the is observing 'Akrosh Divas' today in many parts of the nation.

The protest comes as the deadlock continues in with the government refusing to agree to a discussion in the that ends in a vote.

The ruling dispensation has also rejected the opposition's demand that Prime Minister Modi speak in the over the move.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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