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‘Opposition’s request for agenda already made clear’: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi

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Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi. ANI

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi stated that the federal government has already introduced its agenda after the Opposition claimed that the Centre failed to take action.

“Their (Opposition) request for clarification (of agenda) has been made clear in the all-party meeting yesterday. We have already announced our agenda… I request them to attend the Parliament’s journey of 75 years that will be discussed today as PM Modi has taken the oath to make India a developed country before 2047,” Joshi stated Monday.

In the meantime, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is more likely to converse within the Lok Sabha on the Particular Parliament Session that can start from in the present day.

The prime minister would be the first speaker and can open the dialogue of 75 years of the Indian Parliament’s democracy.

On Day 1 of the session, the parliament has listed companies to carry a dialogue on the “Parliamentary journey of 75 years starting from Samvidhan Sabha – achievements, experiences, memories and learnings”.

Earlier than opening his speech in Lok Sabha, PM Modi will work together with the media at 10:15 am.

The Particular Session of Parliament will start within the previous Parliament Constructing following which it will likely be moved to the brand new constructing on 19 September.

Calling the decision for a Particular Parliament Session “absurd”, Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury stated, “I have been saying this from the beginning that this is quite absurd. Why the government decided to pass so many bills in this Special Session, needs to be clarified by them. Special Sessions are usually called for a special agenda and discussions are held only on that issue, but no clarity has been given by the Govt if this is a special session or a regular session.”

He added, “We are worried about the real intention of the govt. We do not have any problem with PM Modi speaking in the Parliament. I have raised all the 9 points in the all-party meeting yesterday that were put up by our party.”



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