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At BJP Parliamentary meet, Modi tells MPs to ‘expose’ Opposition


New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday instructed all MPs of the party to expose the attempts of the Opposition leaders to distrupt proceedings in the Parliament during the ongoing Monsoon session. He was speaking at the BJP’s Parliamentary meeting in New Delhi.

Ever since the monsoon session began, neither House of the Parliament has had an uninterrupted day of work, with the Opposition raising protests over several issues like Pegasus snooping row, farm bills, Covid mismanagement, etc.

In his statement at the BJP Parliamentary meet, Modi spoke about Congress’ decision to boycott the all-party meeting last week which had been called to discuss the pandemic situation. He blamed the grand old party for not allowing others to attend either.

This behaviour must be exposed, Modi told the MPs at the Parliamentary meet.

The monsoon session opened on July 19. On the first day itself, when Modi tried to introduce the new ministers, ruckus began in the Lok Sabha. With the Opposition looking to corner the ruling party over multiple issues, both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha have been witnessing disruptions every day.

On Monday, amid the din, two bills were passed in the Lok Sabha without discussion.

While the ruling party has blamed the Opposition for stalling of work in the Parliament, the latter has accused it of not allowing discussions on contentious issues. It has demanded a detailed discussion on the Pegasus snooping row and a judicial probe.



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