Budget Session: Controversy between the government and the opposition parties continues, Privileges Committee may call Rahul Gandhi, the President will meet the opposition parties

Budget Session: Controversy between the government and the opposition parties continues, Privileges Committee may call Rahul Gandhi, the President will meet the opposition parties

Parliament Budget Session 2023: There has been commotion in the Parliament for the last three days. On Thursday (March 16), the proceedings of both the Houses i.e. the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha were adjourned till 11 am, but even after that, the verbal war between the BJP and the Congress continued outside the House. The Congress and other opposition parties have been attacking the central government over the Adani issues, while the BJP is demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi for the remarks he made during his visit to Britain. Ten big things

1. The opposition parties have intensified their activities to surround the Modi government on the issue of Adani Group investigation. So all opposition parties President Draupadi contemplates meeting Murmu. The opposition parties can discuss when the President will meet Murmu in the meeting to be held on Thursday (March 16).

2. Congress President and Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge said that a meeting will be held with like-minded parties in his office in the Parliament complex on Thursday. In this, the strategy of the opposition parties will be discussed in the House.

3. Leader of the Congress in the Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary, wrote a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Wednesday (March 15) against ‘government-sponsored disruptions’ in the House. Along with this, he appealed to the Lok Sabha Speaker to ensure that the members of the opposition get an opportunity to express their views in a fair manner. He also alleged that his desk mic has been switched off for the last three days and this confirms Rahul Gandhi’s statement that opposition members in India are switched off.

4. Rajya Sabha Chairman and Deputy Speaker Jagdeep Dhankhar had called the leaders of all parties for a meeting to end the ongoing deadlock between the government and the opposition in Parliament, in which Leader of the Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge said that the ruckus by the ruling party Being done.

5. Privileges Committee meeting will be held next week in the case of violation of privileges against Rahul Gandhi. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi will give his statement in this matter in the meeting. The complainants in this issue are Nishikant Dubey and Joshi. Rahul Gandhi will be called after the statement is recorded. In fact, both BJP leaders have complained about Rahul Gandhi’s comment in Britain that the microphones have been turned off while the opposition leaders are speaking in the House.

6. Union Minister Smriti Irani on Wednesday (March 15) criticized Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his recent comments in Britain. He said that India’s democracy is not in danger but Rahul Gandhi’s behavior abroad has pushed the opposition party to political disaster. Irani alleged that his hatred for Prime Minister Narendra Modi has turned into hatred for India. He demanded an apology from Rahul Gandhi. Recently, Rahul Gandhi alleged that the structure of Indian democracy is being ‘brutally attacked’.

7. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla told MPs during the uproar that the House is for discussion. We should discuss policies and issues related to people. Parliament is the temple of democracy. It is not good to make a fuss in such a situation.

8. Leaders of 16 opposition parties, including the Congress, marched from Parliament House to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) headquarters on Wednesday (March 15), demanding a probe into the Adani Group case. Meanwhile, the police stopped him in Vijay Chowk. After this, Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh tweeted sharing the letter sent to the ED Director. It has asked the ED to investigate the Adani case.

9. Other opposition parties including the Congress are demanding a JPC inquiry into the Adani issue. On this, Union Minister Prahlad Joshi says that the opposition is doing all this to divert attention because their MPs know that what Rahul Gandhi has done is wrong.

10. Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said, BJP does not want a JPC inquiry into the Adani Group case as its true face will come out. On the other hand, Union Minister G Kishan Reddy said, we are understanding the problem of the opposition. Elections are coming, so they try to throw mud, but they don’t know that the lotus will bloom in the mud.

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