The issue of Manipur violence will reverberate in Parliament, the government has agreed to discuss Manipur in the House in the Monsoon session!
The issue will resonate in the monsoon session of Parliament. According to the news, the government has indicated that the violence in Manipur and the current situation can be discussed in both the Houses of Parliament. Government said, ready to discuss the situation in Manipur in Parliament
The Center today said it is ready to discuss the violence in Manipur during the monsoon session of Parliament. Let us inform that the opposition is accusing the Center of procrastinating on this issue.
The government is ready to discuss all matters in Parliament, including the two-month-long violence in Manipur, said Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi at the Business Advisory Committee meeting ahead of the monsoon session. More than 80 people have died in this.
The Congress had earlier said that discussions on issues like price rise and Manipur were “non-negotiable”. Let us tell you that since the ethnic violence broke out in Manipur on May 3, the party has been demanding answers from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said, “We call ourselves the mother of democracy, what kind of democracy is this when the Prime Minister is not speaking, when he is not even going to (Parliament), when issues of public concern are discussed.” No lifting allowed.”
The Congress, which is gheraoing the government, alleges that it is not getting permission to raise issues. News agency Press Trust of India quoted Congress’s Jairam Ramesh as saying, “Comments are being deleted, issues of public concern are not being allowed to be raised.”
He said the government should give up its “my way or the highway” approach and adopt a middle ground for the smooth functioning of Parliament. It may be noted that last week, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had criticized the Prime Minister when he was on a visit to France.
Rahul Gandhi had tweeted, “Manipur burnt down. EU Parliament discusses India’s internal matter. PM didn’t say a word on it!” According to Rahul Gandhi, it was because of the Rafale deal that the Prime Minister got a ticket to the Bastille Day parade in France.
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh had said, “We may go to the Moon but are unable or unwilling to deal with the fundamental issues our people are facing at home.” The Indian version of the Nelson essay is to be called ‘The Moon and Manipur’. Could
The background to Ramesh’s remarks came in the context of the country’s space agency, ISRO’s ambitious Moon mission, Chandrayaan. The ministers of his government, including PM Modi, had tweeted describing the successful launch of Chandrayaan as a historic opportunity.
Last week, the European Parliament introduced a resolution on the human rights situation in India. Comment on Manipur is unacceptable, says MEA, especially on recent clashes in Manipur. This is an “internal matter”. The move by the European Parliament shows a “colonial mindset”.