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Congress to rake up currency ban in Panchyat poll

BHUBANESWAR: ONT Bureaue(6/1/17) Congress has decided to highlight the hardship faced by the common people due to demonetisation decision of the Centre during its campaign for the panchayat polls beginning from February 13.
The roadmap for the campaign was prepared at a meeting of the State office-bearers, district presidents, MLAs and senior leaders of the party convened by the Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) here. The All India Congress Committee (AICC) has appointed 11 convenors who will be entrusted the charge of three organisational districts to oversee the campaign against demonetisation.
It was decided that the Mahila Congress will organise protest against demonetisation on January 9 all over the State. Besides, party leaders from the State will join the protest which Congress has planned on January 11 at New Delhi.

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