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Cong,NCP stage protest in Maha, normal life unaffected

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Dubbing the BJP-led government at the Centre as "anti-poor", and the today hit the street in to protest the note scrapping decision but normal life remained unaffected with no disruption of public transport or functioning of offices and businesses in and other parts of the state.

State chief Ashok Chavan, who led the protest here, said his party will also raise the hardships caused by the decision to common people in the winter session of the state Legislature, beginning on December 5.



Addressing a rally outside suburban collector office after the 'Jan Akrosh' march from Kalina to Kherwadi junction in Bandra, Chavan alleged that the government had "waived" Vijay Mallya's loan but not that of farmers.

"The government at the Centre is anti-poor. Nine farmers have committed suicide recently, still the government has no shame," he alleged.

Chavan claimed the protest was a "success" as the "common man participated in large numbers".

leaders were joined by city unit president Sachin Ahir and party workers in the march in suburban to protest over the issue.

chief Sanjay Nirupam, city leaders Kripashankar Singh, Mohammed Arif Naseem Khan, Rajya Sabha member Hussain Dalwai and president Sachin Ahir spoke on the occasion.

Ahir said the ill-effects of the November 8 decision, taken without proper planning, were still continuing.

The also planned "Money Ki Baat" outside railway stations and banks in Byculla, Kurla, Andheri and Jogeshwari areas of the metropolis to highlight the poor implementation of demonetisation.

Nirupam claimed Federation of Maharashtra, State Chemists and Druggists Association, Gold Wholesale Association and taxi-autorickshaw unions in also supported and participated in the morcha.

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

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Cong,NCP stage protest in Maha, normal life unaffected

Dubbing the BJP-led government at the Centre as "anti-poor", Congress and the NCP today hit the street in Maharashtra to protest the note scrapping decision but normal life remained unaffected with no disruption of public transport or functioning of offices and businesses in Mumbai and other parts of the state. State Congress chief Ashok Chavan, who led the protest here, said his party will also raise the hardships caused by the decision to common people in the winter session of the state Legislature, beginning on December 5. Addressing a rally outside suburban collector office after the 'Jan Akrosh' march from Kalina to Kherwadi junction in Bandra, Chavan alleged that the government had "waived" Vijay Mallya's loan but not that of farmers. "The BJP government at the Centre is anti-poor. Nine farmers have committed suicide recently, still the government has no shame," he alleged. Chavan claimed the protest was a "success" as the "common man participated in large ... Dubbing the BJP-led government at the Centre as "anti-poor", and the today hit the street in to protest the note scrapping decision but normal life remained unaffected with no disruption of public transport or functioning of offices and businesses in and other parts of the state.

State chief Ashok Chavan, who led the protest here, said his party will also raise the hardships caused by the decision to common people in the winter session of the state Legislature, beginning on December 5.

Addressing a rally outside suburban collector office after the 'Jan Akrosh' march from Kalina to Kherwadi junction in Bandra, Chavan alleged that the government had "waived" Vijay Mallya's loan but not that of farmers.

"The government at the Centre is anti-poor. Nine farmers have committed suicide recently, still the government has no shame," he alleged.

Chavan claimed the protest was a "success" as the "common man participated in large numbers".

leaders were joined by city unit president Sachin Ahir and party workers in the march in suburban to protest over the issue.

chief Sanjay Nirupam, city leaders Kripashankar Singh, Mohammed Arif Naseem Khan, Rajya Sabha member Hussain Dalwai and president Sachin Ahir spoke on the occasion.

Ahir said the ill-effects of the November 8 decision, taken without proper planning, were still continuing.

The also planned "Money Ki Baat" outside railway stations and banks in Byculla, Kurla, Andheri and Jogeshwari areas of the metropolis to highlight the poor implementation of demonetisation.

Nirupam claimed Federation of Maharashtra, State Chemists and Druggists Association, Gold Wholesale Association and taxi-autorickshaw unions in also supported and participated in the morcha.

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

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Cong,NCP stage protest in Maha, normal life unaffected

Dubbing the BJP-led government at the Centre as "anti-poor", and the today hit the street in to protest the note scrapping decision but normal life remained unaffected with no disruption of public transport or functioning of offices and businesses in and other parts of the state.

State chief Ashok Chavan, who led the protest here, said his party will also raise the hardships caused by the decision to common people in the winter session of the state Legislature, beginning on December 5.

Addressing a rally outside suburban collector office after the 'Jan Akrosh' march from Kalina to Kherwadi junction in Bandra, Chavan alleged that the government had "waived" Vijay Mallya's loan but not that of farmers.

"The government at the Centre is anti-poor. Nine farmers have committed suicide recently, still the government has no shame," he alleged.

Chavan claimed the protest was a "success" as the "common man participated in large numbers".

leaders were joined by city unit president Sachin Ahir and party workers in the march in suburban to protest over the issue.

chief Sanjay Nirupam, city leaders Kripashankar Singh, Mohammed Arif Naseem Khan, Rajya Sabha member Hussain Dalwai and president Sachin Ahir spoke on the occasion.

Ahir said the ill-effects of the November 8 decision, taken without proper planning, were still continuing.

The also planned "Money Ki Baat" outside railway stations and banks in Byculla, Kurla, Andheri and Jogeshwari areas of the metropolis to highlight the poor implementation of demonetisation.

Nirupam claimed Federation of Maharashtra, State Chemists and Druggists Association, Gold Wholesale Association and taxi-autorickshaw unions in also supported and participated in the morcha.

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

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