Congress slams center for disallowing discussions during Parliament’s winter session

NEW DELHI : The Congress hit out at the Union government for denying conversations on issues, for example, the disavowed ranch laws and different bills as the Parliament’s colder time of year meeting finished up on Wednesday. The party blamed the Center for deliberately suspending vocal MPs.

“We came ready to bring various issues up in the Parliament, however the day the meeting started the Center suspended our 12 stubborn MPs who might have denounced the public authority,” said Mallikarjun Kharge, the head of Opposition in Rajya Sabha. “To have a larger part in the Upper House, the decision party boycotted the members….” He called this an illegal demonstration.

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Kharge said the Center realized the Opposition would raise up the cutting down of fighting ranchers in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri and the supposed contribution of Union clergyman Ajay Mishra Teni’s child in it. “Thus, they deliberately deferred day by day procedures and in the long run finished the Winter Session one day sooner,” he said. “They gave us a terrible name by saying that the Opposition doesn’t permit the House to run as expected.”

Other Congress pioneers Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and Jairam Ramesh repeated Kharge and said the Center didn’t need the issues identified with China, expansion, joblessness, and Teni to be raised.

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