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Opposition is not interested in the constructive debate, says BJP

ANI  |  Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] 

The (BJP) on Thursday said that the opposition is not interested in the constructive debate, but in destructive actions for a decision which would take the nation from to remonetisation.

"This is not a political decision, this is a decision taken on a high moral ground to change the ethical situation of every Indian in the fight of honesty versus dishonesty," leader Shaina NC told ANI

Taking potshots at for accusing the of helping hoarders with the amendment to the law, she said, "Since when has turned into an economist. I think let politicians do their job and let the economists run the country with the minister and the Prime Minister"

Shaina NC said that as far as scheme is concerned, the money has come back into the system and will continue to be tracked by the government.

She said it will be used for good projects like Jan Dhan Yojana, infrastructure and rural development.

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

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The (BJP) on Thursday said that the opposition is not interested in the constructive debate, but in destructive actions for a decision which would take the nation from to remonetisation.

"This is not a political decision, this is a decision taken on a high moral ground to change the ethical situation of every Indian in the fight of honesty versus dishonesty," leader Shaina NC told ANI

Taking potshots at for accusing the of helping hoarders with the amendment to the law, she said, "Since when has turned into an economist. I think let politicians do their job and let the economists run the country with the minister and the Prime Minister"

Shaina NC said that as far as scheme is concerned, the money has come back into the system and will continue to be tracked by the government.

She said it will be used for good projects like Jan Dhan Yojana, infrastructure and rural development.

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

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Opposition is not interested in the constructive debate, says BJP

The (BJP) on Thursday said that the opposition is not interested in the constructive debate, but in destructive actions for a decision which would take the nation from to remonetisation.

"This is not a political decision, this is a decision taken on a high moral ground to change the ethical situation of every Indian in the fight of honesty versus dishonesty," leader Shaina NC told ANI

Taking potshots at for accusing the of helping hoarders with the amendment to the law, she said, "Since when has turned into an economist. I think let politicians do their job and let the economists run the country with the minister and the Prime Minister"

Shaina NC said that as far as scheme is concerned, the money has come back into the system and will continue to be tracked by the government.

She said it will be used for good projects like Jan Dhan Yojana, infrastructure and rural development.

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

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