After 20 days os long queue and a week after an uproar in Parliament, the leaders of opposition has planned a nationwide protest on Monday against what they call the government’s failure of handling the demonetisation process.
READ: Demonetisation: Opposition Parties launch Bharat Bandh on November 28
Congress says they'll not do #BharatBandh but a protest. That means, they realized Bharat Bandh called by Bharat Mukt Party won't be success
— Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) November 27, 2016
Although there were rumors that India will be completely shut down on Monday but several state parties were not able to gather majority on ‘Bharat Bandh’. Only three states Kerala, Bengal and Tripura where Left Front are in power have called for ‘Bharat Bandh’ on Monday and rest other state leaders will carry out a nationwide protest against the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.
— ANI (@ANI_news) November 28, 2016
Most parties are in consensus for a Bharat Bandh, a nationwide agitation, in the backdrop of huge costs involved, which according to the FICCI, can be Rs 13,0000 crore a day.
The leaders of Congress, TMC, and the Aam Aadmi Party said that they will won’t go for a strike but will hold protest across the country.
Monday’s protest against demonetisation drive has been called by Congress as “Jan Aakrosh Diwas”.