Opposition to boycott Rajya Sabha, Trinamool will remain even if Congress avoids meeting – News18 Bangla


#NewDelhi: All the Opposition MPs in the Rajya Sabha (Opposition Unity in Delhi) will sit in a day-long dharna in front of the Parliament House from tomorrow morning. So far, only 12 suspended MPs have been protesting in front of the Gandhi statue. This time, other opposition MPs will also protest by boycotting the Rajya Sabha session.

Today at ten o’clock in the morning, the Congress convened a meeting in Parliament to decide the strategy for tomorrow. This decision was taken at that meeting The meeting was held at the Congress office in the Parliament House. Although all other opposition parties were present at the meeting, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) was not present. However, the opposition MPs will have grassroots in the dharna

The Trinamool Shibir is keeping its distance from the Congress in the current winter session. Their claim is that since the Trinamool is not in any coalition government or has not contested in any coalition, they are not compelled to go to the meeting called by any party. However, the Trinamool said there was no difficulty in providing issue-based support. On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi outlined the strategy of the party’s MPs at a meeting of the BJP’s parliamentary party this morning.

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Meanwhile, the opposition has taken the Nagaland issue by storm in Parliament even today. The Rajya Sabha session has been adjourned till 2 pm Congress MP Manish Tiwari has moved a motion in the Lok Sabha this morning on the Chinese aggression. The opposition camp walked out after the statement of Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Parliament yesterday. However, the Trinamool was not on that list. Their argument is not the only way to walkout.

Trinamool Lok Sabha leader Sudip Bandopadhyay blamed intelligence failure for the Nagaland incident. Trinamool Lok Sabha leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay said, “We hoped that all the innocent people who lost their lives, their compensation would be mentioned in the Home Minister’s statement. Unfortunately, it was not. The central government cannot shirk its responsibility. “

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Sudip Bandyopadhyay said that the issue will be raised again if given a chance. His fear is that intelligence may have failed in Nagaland. Trinamool chief whip in the Lok Sabha Kalyan Bandyopadhyay said, “Does a walkout solve all the problems? Congress has come back after a two-minute walkout. He had an argument for a walkout for the whole day. There is no benefit in doing so.”

It may be mentioned that National Security Adviser Ajit Doval had a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Parliament House this morning regarding the situation in Nagaland. Nagaland NDPP MP T Yepthomi said, “Investigations should be carried out. The state government has paid Rs 5 lakh to each affected family. The affected families should also be compensated by the central government.”



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