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Modi’s surgical strike on poor people, CM’s silence over demonetisation ‘fishy’: Shabbir

Hyderabad: Leader of opposition in Telangana Legislative Council, Mohammed Ali Shabbir alleged that prime Minister has fled from the parliament after making surgical strike on poor people. He also flayed Chief Minister of Telangana K Chandrasekhar Rao over his silence on demonetisation and said that something seems to be fishy. He also expressed apprehension over foreign visits of KTR and Kavita.

Addressing a press conference here at Media Conference Hall in assembly, Mohammed Ali Shabbir said that Prime Minister had claimed to be taken bold step by scrapping Rs. 500 and Rs 1000 notes in haste without making alternate arrangements. Prime Minister didn’t reach the House on the 2nd day of winter session in parliament nor does he have courage to face opposition. For the past two days opposition parities are highlighting public issues in both the houses but Prime Minister of the country was not present in the house. This shows how much he is concerned about the poor people’s problems. He said banning of Old High Denomination currency claimed lives of 7 people in Telangana and 30 in the entire country. Chief Minister’s silence over such serious economic issues is meaningful; he said it seems that Prime Minister had long back informed Telangana Chief Minister about this, hence KCR is ignoring deaths and problems of poor people; even TRS MPs are stopped from registering protest in the parliament.

CM’s son KTR and his daughter Kavita’s foreign visit confirmed the doubts. Both brother and sister must have visited foreign countries to regularise their black money.

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