Parliament Winter Session 2021: Parliament is still ‘immobile’ in demand of one’s resignation, why are the opposition so desperate?


#NewDelhi: Opposition protests continue over Lakhimpur Kheri issue. Opposition groups called for the resignation of Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra on Tuesday. The opposition has taken a strategy to increase the pressure on the government.

Meanwhile, the opposition held several meetings this morning. In the morning, the Trinamool held a meeting with all the MPs of the party. On the other hand, a meeting of the Opposition was held at the house of Mallikajurn Kharg, Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha. Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections. There will be continuous agitation in the Rajya Sabha on the issue of suspending 12 members of the Opposition for the entire session. It is pertinent to mention that the Rajya Sabha has become virtually ineffective due to the continuous movement last week. Opposition groups called for a boycott of the assembly. The opposition camp wants to convey this message to the government that the parliament is useless without giving proper status to the opposition.

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The opposition camp has moved a motion in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha on a number of issues from this morning. Trinamool, Congress, DMK and CPI (M) have moved a motion seeking resignation of Ajay Mishra Tenny on Lakhimpur issue. Congress proposes to hold talks on making Election Commission an independent body. On the other hand, CPIM has proposed a moratorium on price hike of daily necessities. At the same time, the Trinamool and the DMK and the Congress have moved a motion in the Rajya Sabha on the Lakhimpur issue.

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On the other hand, 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. 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.



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