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Today is the third day of the budget session of the Parliament. Even today the opposition may demand JPC on the Adani-Hindenburg case. Let us tell you that there was a lot of uproar in both the Houses of the Parliament on Monday and Tuesday regarding this matter. Due to which the session was postponed.
For the last two days, the BJP has been demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi for his statement in Cambridge.
Jairam Ramesh said – trying to divert attention
The Modi Government is not allowing the United Opposition to even demand a JPC for the Adani scam related to the PM. As a result of which there is a continuous deadlock in the Parliament. This is the only issue. The rest of what is happening is being done by the PM and his allies to divert attention.
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary said – not Rahul, the government should apologize
Congress MP and leader of the party in the Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary said on Tuesday that the government does not want to run the Parliament. Has it ever been seen that all the members of the ruling party create ruckus to stop the Parliament? Why should Rahul Gandhi apologize? Instead, they (Centre) should apologise.
Shashi Tharoor said – BJP started such statements abroad
At the same time, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor also defended Rahul. Tharoor said- Rahul did not say anything in Cambridge University for which an apology was needed. He has questioned the functioning of the central government. The Prime Minister has given more statements abroad than Rahul. Such discussions abroad have been initiated by the BJP, not by the Congress.
Opposition parties protested outside Parliament before the session began. At the same time, TMC MPs protested separately from Congress and other opposition parties on the Adani case.
The Congress on Tuesday gheraoed the LG House in Delhi demanding a JPC in the Adani case. During this, the security personnel stopped the Congress workers.
Understand in detail what happened on the first day in the second session of the budget session.
Uproar in Parliament over Rahul’s statement in London, BJP bid- Apologize
The second phase of the budget session of Parliament was marred by uproar as soon as it began on Monday. In both the Houses of the Parliament, the BJP demanded an apology for the statement made by Rahul Gandhi in London. On this, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said – The government is running away from the investigation on the Adani issue. We are not listened to. We will not give chase like Vikram Betal.
The Leader of the Opposition came to the Well on the Adani issue and created ruckus demanding JPC. In view of the uproar, both the Houses were adjourned till 2 pm. The uproar continued even after two o’clock. On this, the proceedings of both the Houses were adjourned till Tuesday.
Kharge said- Government is running away from investigation on Adani issue
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said the government was running away from investigation on the Adani issue. We are not listened to, but we will not leave behind like Vikram Betal. The Leader of the Opposition came to the Well on the Adani issue and created ruckus demanding JPC. In view of the uproar, both the Houses were adjourned till 11 am on Tuesday. Read the full news…
Rahul had said in Cambridge that mikes are switched off in the Parliament of India.
Rahul Gandhi was on a visit to London earlier this month. Here he said in Cambridge University that the mikes are switched off in the Parliament of India. The opposition cannot keep its voice. He said that no leader of the opposition can speak in any university. There is a direct attack on democracy in India. Read full news…
Before the session, 16 opposition parties met at the Congress President’s house.
Before the start of the budget session, a meeting of opposition parties was called by Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge. In which Sonia Gandhi also appeared. 16 parties participated in the meeting. After the meeting was over, the opposition leaders started protesting against the central government in front of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Parliament.
Before the start of the budget session, 16 opposition parties held a meeting at the Congress President’s house on Monday.
9 bills to be introduced in Lok Sabha, 26 in Rajya Sabha
According to the bulletin received from Lok Sabha-Rajya Sabha, there are a total of 35 bills pending in this session of Parliament. Of these, 9 bills are to be introduced in the Lok Sabha and 26 in the Rajya Sabha. However, the chances of the Bills being discussed and passed in the first phase of the session are slim. At the same time, many important bills can also be introduced.
Also read these news of the first phase of the budget session…
1. Anurag Thakur questioned the presence of Congress MPs on Tuesday
During the session on Tuesday, Union Minister Anurag Thakur targeted Rahul Gandhi. Thakur said that the attendance of Congress MPs in the Lok Sabha is less than the average attendance of MPs and they go abroad and say that they are not allowed to speak. This is an insult to the country. He should come to Parliament and apologise. Read the full news…
2. Rahul’s question to the government on Adani and Hindenburg report in the Lok Sabha
Rahul had shown a picture in the Lok Sabha. Gautam Adani and Narendra Modi are seen in this.
Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday asked questions to the government and PM Modi on Gautam Adani and Hindenburg Report. Rahul said, “In 2014, Gautam Adani was at number 609 in the list of the world’s richest. In a few years, don’t know what magic happened, Adani came second in this list.” Congress MPs raised slogans on this, ‘Modi hai to mumkin hai’. Read full news…