Rahul Gandhi says PayTm is now Pay to Modi, Parliament adjourned for the day
Month after note ban, winter freeze in Parliament continues.
The stalemate in Parliament has no end even after a month of demonetisation. The opposition is firm on their stand demanding a debate on note ban followed by voting.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying the decision of demonetisation was foolish. He said: "Paytm is now Pay to Modi".
Meanwhile, the government attacked the protesting Opposition describing it as an insult to Gandhiji. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley defended the demonetisation and assured normalcy would be back by expected deadline December 30.
" "We will bring things back to normal after December 30th and help people" said Jaitley. The BP leader slammed the previous UPA government for their policies and said: "During Congress/UPA govt, India was considered a weak economy worldwide. Now it is a bright spot in the global economy. 2004-2014 Congress was in power. I challenge them to show me what action they took against black money."