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Currency ban: Will you call SC anti-national, Rahul Gandhi asks govt

Taking A Dig At The NDA Government, Rahul Gandhi On Saturday Asked The Centre If It Will Now Call The Supreme Court “anti-national,' Following The Apex Court’s Remarks On The Demonetisation Move.

PTI | Updated on: 19 Nov 2016, 11:05:32 PM
A file photo of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi.

New Delhi:

Taking a dig at the NDA government, Rahul Gandhi on Saturday asked the Centre if it will now call the Supreme Court “anti-national,” following the apex court’s remarks on the demonetisation move.

“Will the government call the Supreme Court anti-national now?” he said on twitter, questioning the government.

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He also tagged a report of Calcutta High Court telling the government that it has not done its homework and the Supreme court seeing a crisis ahead.

The remarks come at a time when the government is dubbing the Congress leaders questioning its demonetisation move as “anti-nationals”.

Rahul's remark came a day after the Supreme Court dubbed as a “serious issue” the long queues outside banks and post offices following Centre's demonetisation move.

The apex court had also expressed its reservation on the Centre’s plea seeking a direction that no other court in the country should entertain petitions challenging the November 8 notification demonetising Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 currency notes. 

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First Published : 19 Nov 2016, 10:20:00 PM

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