Parliament Adjourned After Demonetisation Protests

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| November 21 , 2016 , 09:50 IST
[caption id="attachment_236217" align="aligncenter" width="700"]Uproar In Rajya Sabha Over Demonetisation Uproar In Rajya Sabha Over Demonetisation[/caption] The Parliament Winter Session 2016 enters its 4th day amidst protests against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation act, rendering old Rs 500, Rs 1000 unusable as legal tender. Over the first 3 days of Parliament Winter Session, PM Modi has been conspicuous through his absence. Here are highlights of Day 4: Both Houses adjourned till tomorrow. Both Houses adjourned till 2 PM. Forensic enquiry has been ordered to look into all possible angles. Guilty will be given strict punishment: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu speaks in Lok Sabha regarding Kanpur train tragedy Rajya Sabha adjourned till 11:30 am after opposition uproar over demonetisation issue. Please move an obituary, and then we can discuss: Sitaram Yechury to Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien in Rajya Sabha, uproar continues. Debate later, but first accept our tributes for people who have died standing in queues, and other bank officials: Sitaram Yechury in RS Opposition not ready for debate, trying new tactics everyday to disrupt the Parliament proceedings: FM Arun Jaitley in Rajya Sabha TMC holds a protest against demonetization at the entrance of Parliament PM Narendra Modi meeting senior ministers in his chamber in Parliament. Opposition parties post meet decide to stage a protest at Gandhi statue in Parliament on November 23rd (Wednesday), against demonetization Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu to make statement today in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha on Kanpur train tragedy. We are ready to discuss & are open to suggestions from opposition but demonetization will not be rolled back: Arjun Ram Meghwal,MoS Finance Meeting of the Opposition parties in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, begins in Parliament. Delhi: Opposition parties in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to meet, Congress VP Rahul Gandhi arrives at the Parliament