#NewDelhi: The central government is trying to disrupt the opposition in parliament. Such allegations were made by several political parties including Congress, Trinamool, CPM and CPI since Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi was absent from the Dhaka meeting. Leaders of the BJP opposition parties held a meeting of the opposition camp this morning after attending a meeting called by the government. Although the Trinamool was absent from that meeting. One of the decisions of today’s meeting is that all the MPs of the Opposition will march from the Parliament House to Vijay Chokh next Tuesday. The main demand is the resignation of Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra.
Note that the winter session of Parliament will be adjourned indefinitely this week. Today, on the first day of the last week, the anti-regime protests are in full swing. The state has been in vain for most of the last week. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi called a meeting of opposition leaders before the meeting began today. The meeting was called to find a solution to the stalemate in the parliament through anti-regime talks. However, the Trinamool Congress sees the government’s move as an attempt to disrupt the opposition camp. They allege that the way in which the opposition MPs have joined the protest against the suspension, the government is scared. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein.
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Meanwhile, in the last week of the winter session, a meeting of the Trinamool Parliamentary Party was convened at the party office in the morning to sort out the party’s tactics. All Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha members of the party were asked to attend the meeting. At the same time, before the meeting of Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi, the Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha and Congress leader Mallika Jurn Kharge held a meeting with the opposition. Meanwhile, the government wants to bring two bills this week. In addition to raising the age of marriage for girls, a bill is also coming up this week on linking voter cards with Aadhaar cards.
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The Modi government wants to pass the bill in the current winter session. However, this issue may not be compulsory but may be introduced as optional. At the same time, the date for registration of new voters may be extended. At present, every year on January 1, new voters are added to the voter list. That is, if a person turns 18 on January 2, he has to wait until the next year. From now on, the center is thinking of starting the process of registering names in the voter list on January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1.
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