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‘I told Rahul if you don’t need me I’ll leave’

DNDEL1640 | 1/10/2017 | Author : Kartikeya Sharma | WC :345 | Politics & Governance



On the eve of his party releasing their manifesto in New Delhi, former CM and Head of Congress in Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh spoke to DNA on the various aspects of the poll war.
Will demonetization affect the upcoming Assembly Elections in Punjab?
Yes absolutely. From around 10700 villages, 7000 are not covered by the banking system. You find long queues in the city and villages. The feeling of bitterness is growing. Punjab has a short fuse and I can certainly tell you that the state will be impacted by demonetization.

Punjab has a very high debt rate and unemployment stands higher than the national average. How will you control it?
There is no agriculture or industrial policy in the state, no industry has co
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