Budget session of Parliament starts from today, opposition parties formulate strategy to surround government

Budget session of Parliament starts from today, opposition parties formulate strategy to surround government
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The budget session of Parliament is starting from today, the strategy of the opposition parties formed to surround the government – the budget session of Parliament is starting from today i.e. Friday. Considering the solidarity of the farmers movement and opposition parties, such speculations are being made that there is bound to be uproar in this session. At the same time, 16 opposition parties led by the Congress have spoken of boycotting the President’s address to the Parliament.

Budget 2021 session of Parliament starts from today, opposition parties formulate strategy to surround government

BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia has termed them constitutionally and morally poor. Apart from this, opposition parties have raised the demand for an unbiased investigation into the role of the central government in the violence on Republic Day in Delhi.

Aam Aadmi Party, Akali Dal and Shiv Sena also supported Congress

The Aam Aadmi Party, Shiv Sena and the Akali Dal have also decided to boycott the joint address of the President while supporting the Congress. He is also supported by the Trinamool Congress, NCP, Samajwadi Party, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, CPI (M), CPI and RJD to boycott the President’s speech.

BJP told opposition parties constitutionally and morally bankrupt

In a press conference, BJP national spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia said that “When all these three agricultural laws were passed in the House in the last session of Parliament, all the parties had given their views. Now by talking of boycott, they are calling themselves constitutional and moral Seems to be a pauper. Parties like Shiv Sena and Akali Dal first supported the agricultural laws but later reversed their stand. ” BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia also strongly criticized parties like Congress, Trinamool Congress, Samajwadi Party and Akali Dal for not condemning them for the violence in Delhi during Kisan rally on Republic Day.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister appeals to opposition parties

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi appealed to the opposition parties, stating that “the President is above party politics. We appeal to the opposition parties to reconsider the boycott of the President’s address.”

Condolences to Delhi Police’s injured soldiers

Opposition parties also expressed sympathy for the Delhi Police personnel injured in the violence on the occasion of Republic Day. He also demanded an impartial inquiry into the violence. They believe that this is a conspiracy to discredit the peasant movement. According to him, this conspiracy is of the BJP government.

Opposition parties are away from BSP

In this protest, the Congress has not held any talks with BSP supremo Mayawati. There has been no response from Mayawati on this issue either. It has to be seen further which side Mayawati leads.

Opposition is preparing to surround the government:
Opposition parties will not only boycott the President’s address, but will also siege the government by aggressively debating many issues. Apart from this, many issues like GST, cash transfer, tax reduction and economic package will be strictly placed before the government.

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