Opposition in demonetisation mood and PM in yoga Mood, let’s see who is better

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Hyderabad, Narendra Modi: With almost every person in the opposition still not in the favour to let go away the demonetiation mode, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in different mode, he participated in yoga session with senior officials of the country at National Police Academy in Hyderabad on Saturday morning.

PM Modi is in Hyderabad, for a three-day annual conference of heads of state police forces, central paramilitary forces and intelligence agencies.

Prime Minister stayed at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in the night and began the day by participating in an hour-long yoga session with Directors General of Police (DGPs) and Inspectors General of Police (IGPs) and other senior officials.

He had a breakfast with the police officials as well. Then he planted sapling in the academy premises and he paid tributes to India's first home minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and the police martyrs.

The event will be attended with other central ministers as well like Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Kiren Rijiju and Hansraj Gangaram Ahir, Rajiv Mehrishi, Ajit Doval and other officials.

So, is clear PM Modi, is in his own terms he dosent looses him self to the external pressure by any person. The Current Winter Session logjam over demonetisation. The united Opposition wants to put Modi on the mat on the floor of the House, they want modi, to be sitting in the house for the entire hearing of the demonetisation effect being caused, Modi came in the first half of the day, listened and moved pro lunch. He responded to the Opposition in the correct time and at his own place of choice.

During a book launch event at the Parliament House Annexe on the occasion of Constitution Day,  26 November, He tore into the Opposition by suggesting that all charges of unpreparedness against his government are in reality the result of deep heartburn caused by the suddenness of the move.

Modi’s quote

"There are times when we need to rise above politics and work for the people, that is what the Constitution tells us"

"This move by the government has faced a lot of opposition in the Parliament. Most of the criticism is that the government was not prepared to implement the decision."

"But the issue isn’t that the government wasn’t prepared. The real problem for some is that the government did not give them enough time to prepare. That is what is hurting them. Even if I had allowed a 72-hour window, they would have said: 'wah, wah, Modi jaisa koi nahin'."

“Everyone has right to use their money but today World is changing, money is not just available physically; must move towards cashless economy-PM”.

Pushing for a more cashless economy, Modi said it is foolish to assume that the poor are not interested in technology. A rapid increase in mobile phone and Smartphone penetration gives us the perfect chance to use the platform and usher in digital money. He urged the youth to do their bit in educating those who need help for a better future.

Modi had risen to power by selling a dream and promising a cleaner system. As long as the people believe he's doing his job. Definitely modi will have more tasks in the coming future if he wants the balckmoney is not brought back in the market again.



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