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After Chief Minister called Prime Minister Modi's radio programme 'Mann ki Baat' 'Modi ki Baat', the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) said that people of the country are in solidarity with the Centre and its policies.

leader Shaina NC told ANI, "I don't think we need to be apologetic about Prime Minister's Mann Ki Baat even if it is Modi ji ki baat then the public of this country stands in solidarity in this fight against dishonesty."

"People are committed to understand that if there is momentary inconvenience, then there is long term gain and benefit, that is the only agenda, which is an agenda of integrity," she added.

Taking strong exception to Prime Minister Modi's 'Mann ki Baat' programme, Chief Minister on Sunday alleged that government machinery is being misused for personal vendetta and the radio address has now become ' Modi ki Baat' which does not find solutions to the sufferings of the nation.

"Maan Ki Baat has now become Modi Ki Baat. Misusing government machinery. Instead of finding solutions to the suffering & pain of millions of people he is doing personal vendetta personal publicity and business. Modiji, you have finished India's economy and growth," Mamata tweeted.

Escalating her attack on the Prime Minister's assertion of the need for a cashless economy, the Trinamool Congress chief further said, "We don't trust you or your mismatched wrong technology which you are advertising for. We want technology and progress. But no section of society is to be left out and tortured while doing this. The women of our country will give you a befitting reply. They are the mother of India. They are the mother of all, Mr Today's PM."

Prime Minister Modi made the biggest public push for a 'cashless economy' on his monthly 'Mann ki Baat' radio address.

He acknowledged that while a 'cashless' society is not immediately possible, he appealed to the people to work towards it by being part of a 'less-cash' society immediately.

"Learn how this digital economy works. Learn the different ways you can use your bank accounts and internet banking. Learn how to effectively use the apps of various banks on your phones. Learn how to run your business without cash," Prime Minister Modi said.

He also appealed to the people to be patient in the face of inconvenience caused by the demonetisation.

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

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After Chief Minister called Prime Minister Modi's radio programme 'Mann ki Baat' 'Modi ki Baat', the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) said that people of the country are in solidarity with the Centre and its policies.

leader Shaina NC told ANI, "I don't think we need to be apologetic about Prime Minister's Mann Ki Baat even if it is Modi ji ki baat then the public of this country stands in solidarity in this fight against dishonesty."

"People are committed to understand that if there is momentary inconvenience, then there is long term gain and benefit, that is the only agenda, which is an agenda of integrity," she added.

Taking strong exception to Prime Minister Modi's 'Mann ki Baat' programme, Chief Minister on Sunday alleged that government machinery is being misused for personal vendetta and the radio address has now become ' Modi ki Baat' which does not find solutions to the sufferings of the nation.

"Maan Ki Baat has now become Modi Ki Baat. Misusing government machinery. Instead of finding solutions to the suffering & pain of millions of people he is doing personal vendetta personal publicity and business. Modiji, you have finished India's economy and growth," Mamata tweeted.

Escalating her attack on the Prime Minister's assertion of the need for a cashless economy, the Trinamool Congress chief further said, "We don't trust you or your mismatched wrong technology which you are advertising for. We want technology and progress. But no section of society is to be left out and tortured while doing this. The women of our country will give you a befitting reply. They are the mother of India. They are the mother of all, Mr Today's PM."

Prime Minister Modi made the biggest public push for a 'cashless economy' on his monthly 'Mann ki Baat' radio address.

He acknowledged that while a 'cashless' society is not immediately possible, he appealed to the people to work towards it by being part of a 'less-cash' society immediately.

"Learn how this digital economy works. Learn the different ways you can use your bank accounts and internet banking. Learn how to effectively use the apps of various banks on your phones. Learn how to run your business without cash," Prime Minister Modi said.

He also appealed to the people to be patient in the face of inconvenience caused by the demonetisation.

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

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Public stands in solidarity with PM Modi's 'Mann ki Baat' : BJP'

After Chief Minister called Prime Minister Modi's radio programme 'Mann ki Baat' 'Modi ki Baat', the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) said that people of the country are in solidarity with the Centre and its policies.

leader Shaina NC told ANI, "I don't think we need to be apologetic about Prime Minister's Mann Ki Baat even if it is Modi ji ki baat then the public of this country stands in solidarity in this fight against dishonesty."

"People are committed to understand that if there is momentary inconvenience, then there is long term gain and benefit, that is the only agenda, which is an agenda of integrity," she added.

Taking strong exception to Prime Minister Modi's 'Mann ki Baat' programme, Chief Minister on Sunday alleged that government machinery is being misused for personal vendetta and the radio address has now become ' Modi ki Baat' which does not find solutions to the sufferings of the nation.

"Maan Ki Baat has now become Modi Ki Baat. Misusing government machinery. Instead of finding solutions to the suffering & pain of millions of people he is doing personal vendetta personal publicity and business. Modiji, you have finished India's economy and growth," Mamata tweeted.

Escalating her attack on the Prime Minister's assertion of the need for a cashless economy, the Trinamool Congress chief further said, "We don't trust you or your mismatched wrong technology which you are advertising for. We want technology and progress. But no section of society is to be left out and tortured while doing this. The women of our country will give you a befitting reply. They are the mother of India. They are the mother of all, Mr Today's PM."

Prime Minister Modi made the biggest public push for a 'cashless economy' on his monthly 'Mann ki Baat' radio address.

He acknowledged that while a 'cashless' society is not immediately possible, he appealed to the people to work towards it by being part of a 'less-cash' society immediately.

"Learn how this digital economy works. Learn the different ways you can use your bank accounts and internet banking. Learn how to effectively use the apps of various banks on your phones. Learn how to run your business without cash," Prime Minister Modi said.

He also appealed to the people to be patient in the face of inconvenience caused by the demonetisation.

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

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