Trinamool Congress Party leader Derek O'Brein has said in Rajya Sabha that the documents which are placed in the House regarding army deployment in West Bengal are incomplete.
"On Monday I will present the complete documents which will contradictory to the documents placed here," O'Brien said.
Earlier in the day, Trinamool Congress Party has raised the issue of Army Deployment in West Bengal in both the Houses of Parliament.
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Derek O'Brein addresses RS
* Some documents have been placed in the House, that is a selective placing of documents.
* Monday morning I will present the complete documents which will contradictory to the documents placed here today.
* Chief Sec of Bengal and Kolkata Police have given them in writing.
Dr. Subhash Ramrao Bhambre MoS Defense ON WB ISSUE
* The exercise was earlier planned on 20th November.
* Required communication was made, a letter was written to DM Howrah. It was maintained that this exercise was carried out to ascertain if it can be used.
* Allegations of collections at toll plaza is completely false.
* It is sad the way army was sent to the toll plaza without informing the state administratuon about it
* I would also like to say this to Center govt that we should not use army for political use.
* WB CM is facing problems in her state.
* Army only comes if they have the permission of the state. But this time permission was not taken by the army and army was deployed.
* This is a big attack on the federal structure of our democracy.
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* He (PM) has created the political vacuum that gives terrorists space to operate. But who is paying the price? Not PM, or Def Min
Arun Jaitley on Black money
* Demonetisation had to be closely guarded secret.
* Change in strategy as per the situation.
* India is likely to continue to be fastest growing major economy in world like last year
* Country has welcomed demonetisation; difficult to estimate disruption in this quarter, it does have impact but will not last long
* Impact on socio-economic life will alter
* Blackmoney has been a norm in India for many years
* Long-term effects of demonetisation will be huge.
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* The funder will also make a legitimate donation.
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