Opposition to the 5-party meeting called by the government, the Parliament Minister said that the public is boycotting them

New Delhi: While the opposition is opposing the suspension of 12 Rajya Sabha MPs and has asked the government to convene an all-party meeting to discuss the matter, the Center has said that they want to talk to the opposition parties whose MPs have been suspended. Is. Union minister Pralhad Joshi said in a statement that if the opposition is boycotting the meeting, “the public is also boycotting them”.

“We want to talk to the opposition parties whose Rajya Sabha MPs have been suspended. They (Opposition) are boycotting the meeting, they have also boycotted the Constitution Day program… They should understand that the public is theirs too. boycotting.” Union Minister Prahlad Joshi said.

After the government decided to hold the meeting with only five parties, the opposition announced that they would boycott the meeting if the Center did not invite all the parties. Several opposition leaders have reacted to the government’s decision to invite only 5 opposition parties to the meeting.

Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said that it depends on the government how the Lok Sabha runs. “The government has not called us for any meeting as the matter is of Rajya Sabha,” Chowdhury said.

Meanwhile, Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge has said, “The government has called a meeting of 5 opposition parties on the suspension of 12 Rajya Sabha MPs. This is a conspiracy to divide the opposition. All opposition parties are united on this issue. We have written to the government to call an all-party meeting.”