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ED HAS DONE WHAT VOTERS COULDN’T; UNITED OPPN: PM
New Delhi: The Budget Session of Parliament was riveted with heating exchanges on Wednesday, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi launching a scathing attack on the Opposition and the Congress as he picked apart the UPA rule.
Replying to the Motion of Thanks on President’s address, PM Modi trained guns on the Congress, recalling the scams that were unearthed during UPA rule between 2004 and 2014. PM Modi had also praised the ‘Digital India’ initiative reminding of tough times in nation over technological usage. He also said that the country is extremely confident at the global level.