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PM Modi at BJP parliamentary party meet

Prime Minister Narendra Modi together with different senior BJP leaders on the occasion’s parliamentary meet. Screengrab

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday hit out on the Opposition over its protests in Parliament and stated that their acts clearly point out that they’ve made up their thoughts to be in Opposition endlessly and maybe shall be pushed even behind from the place they at the moment stand.

“The act of Opposition clearly indicates that Opposition has made its mind to be in Opposition and they are practising for the same. The nation has also made up its mind to keep them in opposition and will perhaps push them even more behind from where they currently stand. We should expose the Opposition keeping in mind to keep our voice under control and stay within limits of democracy,” BJP sources quoted PM Modi as saying at occasion’s parliamentary meet.

He stated that the Opposition leaders have been disrupting the proceedings of Parliament out of frustration borne from losses in just lately held Meeting elections and giving Parliament safety breach incident a political spin.

“Whatever happened in Parliament recently, those who believe in democracy will not accept such an act. This act should have been condemned. However, unfortunately what I have been witnessing is that the Opposition is letting out its frustration of losing in the election and giving political spin to the entire act,” he stated

“They are even giving muted and indirect support to their act and this is worrisome. The act of Opposition of giving support to the act and saying things like what else they could have done is worrisome and condemnable,” the PM added.

As a bit of advise to his colleagues, PM Modi stated that every one the BJP MPs within the coming days ought to take part within the Parliament proceedings no matter others are taking part or not.

“In the coming days, no matter whether others are participating or not, we must participate in the Parliament. Some of the Bills which are to be taken up are of great importance. We should listen to discussion on them. It would have been good if the Opposition would have participated in debates on them. But perhaps good deeds are not in their fortune,” PM Modi stated.

In the meantime, as many as 49 Lok Sabha MPs, embody Nationwide Convention’s Farooq Abdullah and Congress leaders Shashi Tharoor and Manish Tewari, have been suspended from the Home for disrupting proceedings on Tuesday, a day after 78 opposition members have been suspended from Parliament.

Final week, 14 MPs, 13 from Lok Sabha and 1 from Rajya Sabha – have been suspended for disrupting the Parliament.

The whole variety of Opposition MPs suspended from Parliament now stands at 141.

INDIA bloc MPs have been demanding an announcement from House Minister Amit Shah on the safety breach in Parliament on 13 December.

With inputs from companies



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