PM Modi says, about Ruckus in Parliament, criticizes opposition Insult to people and democracy,

PM Narendra Modi has once again attacked the opposition for stalling Parliament and has asked his deputies to ensure that proceedings continue with maximum attendance in the Chambers.

[avatar user=”Anjali Choudhary” size=”thumbnail” align=”left”]By Anjali Choudhary[/avatar]

PM Modi, who spoke at the BJP parliamentary party meeting on Tuesday, the third meeting in the current session of the Monsoon parliament, also took offense at the kind of language used by some opposition leaders regarding the approval of bills.Of law and called it not only an insult to Parliament but to the people of the country. The prime minister said that his government was the Chamber and in parliamentary proceedings. While the monsoon to the cause of the people and that is one of the reasons why he asked all his ministers and deputies to ensure maximum presence session of parliament began on July 19, Parliament has operated only 18 hours out of a possible 107 hours in the first two weeks. More than 133 million rupees in taxpayers’ money has been lost due to disruptions, government sources said on Saturday.

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On Tuesday, when Prime Minister Modi raised concerns about the traffic jam, opposition parties led by Rahul Gandhi gathered for breakfast and then cycled to Parliament to register his protest. The parties have disrupted proceedings in Parliament, demanding a debate on the Pegasus spy line and the farmers’ protest, among other issues. Meanwhile, at the BJP meeting, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman delivered a speech saying that the economy was returning to normal and that GST charges have been recorded. She added that India has been able to reach a figure of -23 points to -7 points. Union Minister V Muraleedharan, addressing the media after the BJP meeting, said the prime minister started with the happy news that he brought July. “We had a GST collection of Rs 1.16 lakh crore. News of the Tokyo Olympics, be it PV Sindhu’s bronze or the achievements of the hockey teams, came in July, “said Prime Minister Modi.

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