'Janata Parivar' protests over black money issue

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Written by  Published in National Issues Monday, 22 December 2014 10:04

NEW DELHI: SP leader Mulayam Singh Yadav, RJD chief Lalu Prasad former PM Deve Gowda on Monday held protests at Jantar Mantar against the Centre's "going back on its poll promises" on retrieving black money stashed away in illegal foreign bank accounts.
The "Janata Parivar" leaders are also protesting against the Modi regime's "betrayal of electorate".

The leaders want the Centre to raise minimum support price for farmers.

TMC offered its outsider support to 'Janata Parivar''s agitation.

Addressing the crowd, Bihar former chief minister Nitish Kumar asked: "Why has the NDA government failed to fulfil its promises made before the elections? Where is the black money that it promised to bring back?" 

He accused Modi of not acting tough on the recent cases of religious conversions by right-wing Hindu groups and said the country should not be divided on religious grounds. 

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