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In Focus

January, 17

India no longer the fastest growing economy, courtesy PM Modi

The Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, in his hubris has managed to do what our enemies have failed since 1947, which is derail India’s economic growth story. The latest prediction by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered India’s GDP growth forecast from 7.6% to 6.6%, primarily due to PM Modi’s Demonetisation decision.

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January, 11

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi speech at the Jan Vedna Sammelan

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi speech at the Jan Vedna Sammelan

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January, 11

BJP and RSS want to weaken the institutions of our country.

BJP and RSS want to weaken the institutions of our country.

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January, 10

Jan Vedna Sammelan

On the 11th of January, the Congress Party is bringing together its leaders, workers and representatives from across the country in a Jan Vedna Sammelan at the Talkatora Stadium.

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January, 9

Congress launches Punjab Manifesto

Today, Former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, along with Ambika Soni, Captain Amarinder Singh, Asha Kumari, Randeep Surjewala & other launched the manifesto of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee for the upcoming elections.

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January, 6

Govt’s decision to prepone presentation of Budget is a violation of EC’s ‘Model Code of Conduct’

On the 8th of November, an arrogant Prime Minister Modi decided to scrap all Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. Having confined himself to the echo chamber of sycophants and BJP trolls, PM Modi was unable to anticipate the implications and the public mood. As days rolled by, he realized people were being put through immeasurable hardships, and they were beginning to see that Demonetisation, far from being

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January, 5

Will Modi ji tell us how much Black Money was there in the Economy?

The last date to deposit all the old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes was the 30th of December, 2016. It was a process which started on the 8th of November, 2016. On that day, Shri Narendra Modi said that the reasons behind this move were to stop Black Money, terrorism and counterfeit currency. It was believed that most of the Black Money stored in cash will not come back into the system.

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January, 4

Prime Minister has become re-Packaging Minister

On December 31st, when PM Modi addressed the Nation, people wanted to know whether what they had suffered in the past 50 days was worth it, whether a major chunk of the Rs 14.86 lakh crore of demonetised currency had been burnt by black money hoarders, or immersed in the river Ganges. People wanted to hear from the Prime Minister – no queues from tomorrow.

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December, 31

Demonetisation is Modi-made disaster

Read the booklet to know how Demonetisation has devastated India and why it is the biggest scam of India.

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