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Major News and Events of 15 September 2012

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Mamata warns of hard decisions if no rollback of anti-people policy is done

Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee said that the leaders should be more concerned about common people than personal achievements. This was aimed at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. She further stressed that the Congress have to face "hard decisions" if it didn't roll back the twin "anti-people" polices of FDI in retail and the diesel price hike. She said that policies should be formulated keeping the common masses in mind who for 99% of the population rather than the 1% who form the cream layer of the society. She has given the central government 72-hour deadline to rethink or face a tough decision. Trinamool Congress is UPA's second largest constituent.

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