Demonetisation: Opposition not to hold talks with govt

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New Delhi, Nov 24: The united Opposition on Thursday decided not to hold meeting with government to discuss ongoing deadlock over demonetisation. The meeting took place ahead of their meeting with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

However, united Opposition is yet to take a final call to attend the meeting or not.


"We'll first meet opposition and then decide whether we'll go to meeting called by HM or not. Let PM or speaker call for meet," Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge was quoted as saying.

Union ministers Arun Jaitley and Ananth Kumar too likely to join Rajnath Singh for talks with the opposition leaders.

Read More: Demonetisation: Opposition protests outside Parliament

Talking about the meeting with Opposition, Ananth Kumar said, "It is not a formal meeting, we are treating all parties equally. Everybody can give suggestions & there is no prestige issue."

Members of the Opposition on Wednesday protested outside the Parliament against the demonetisation implemented by the government. Opposition.

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