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Aadhaar discussion postponed; will Jaitley fall ill tomorrow, asks Jairam

Jaitley, who had on Monday taken ill and not attended Parliament, did not respond to Ramesh

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Will Finance Minister fall ill tomorrow?

This was an intriguing question posed by senior leader in after a discussion on biometric identification Aadhaar, listed for Wednesday, was put off.

Ramesh said members had two days back got an official notice from the secretariat on a discussion being listed on on Wednesday.

However, this morning another notice came saying the discussion has been postponed.

When he inquired the reasons for postponement, "I was informed that the Finance Minister is unwell" and will not be available to reply to the discussion on Wednesday.

He however said Jaitley, who was sitting in the House, looked hail and hearty and sought to know why was the debate postponed.

"Will he be unwell tomorrow," Ramesh asked much to the amusement of the members.

Jaitley, who had on Monday taken ill and not attended Parliament, did not respond to Ramesh.

The Finance Minister had returned home soon after the Cabinet meeting on Monday morning cleared four legislations for Goods and Service Tax (GST) implementation. He was to reply to discussion on Budget in on Monday but that did not take place.

He was however present in the House since morning.

Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi got to up say something but sat down without saying anything.

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Aadhaar discussion postponed; will Jaitley fall ill tomorrow, asks Jairam

Jaitley, who had on Monday taken ill and not attended Parliament, did not respond to Ramesh

Jaitley, who had on Monday taken ill and not attended Parliament, did not respond to Ramesh
Will Finance Minister fall ill tomorrow?

This was an intriguing question posed by senior leader in after a discussion on biometric identification Aadhaar, listed for Wednesday, was put off.

Ramesh said members had two days back got an official notice from the secretariat on a discussion being listed on on Wednesday.

However, this morning another notice came saying the discussion has been postponed.

When he inquired the reasons for postponement, "I was informed that the Finance Minister is unwell" and will not be available to reply to the discussion on Wednesday.

He however said Jaitley, who was sitting in the House, looked hail and hearty and sought to know why was the debate postponed.

"Will he be unwell tomorrow," Ramesh asked much to the amusement of the members.

Jaitley, who had on Monday taken ill and not attended Parliament, did not respond to Ramesh.

The Finance Minister had returned home soon after the Cabinet meeting on Monday morning cleared four legislations for Goods and Service Tax (GST) implementation. He was to reply to discussion on Budget in on Monday but that did not take place.

He was however present in the House since morning.

Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi got to up say something but sat down without saying anything.



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Aadhaar discussion postponed; will Jaitley fall ill tomorrow, asks Jairam

Jaitley, who had on Monday taken ill and not attended Parliament, did not respond to Ramesh

Will Finance Minister fall ill tomorrow?

This was an intriguing question posed by senior leader in after a discussion on biometric identification Aadhaar, listed for Wednesday, was put off.

Ramesh said members had two days back got an official notice from the secretariat on a discussion being listed on on Wednesday.

However, this morning another notice came saying the discussion has been postponed.

When he inquired the reasons for postponement, "I was informed that the Finance Minister is unwell" and will not be available to reply to the discussion on Wednesday.

He however said Jaitley, who was sitting in the House, looked hail and hearty and sought to know why was the debate postponed.

"Will he be unwell tomorrow," Ramesh asked much to the amusement of the members.

Jaitley, who had on Monday taken ill and not attended Parliament, did not respond to Ramesh.

The Finance Minister had returned home soon after the Cabinet meeting on Monday morning cleared four legislations for Goods and Service Tax (GST) implementation. He was to reply to discussion on Budget in on Monday but that did not take place.

He was however present in the House since morning.

Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi got to up say something but sat down without saying anything.



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