“No Fancy Presentation, Come To House”: Trinamool On PM’s All-Party Meet

“No Fancy Presentation, Come To House”: Trinamool On PM’s All-Party Meet

'No Fancy Presentation, Come To House': Trinamool On PM's All-Party Meet

Ahead of the monsoon session, PM Modi in the present day sought a productive sitting of Parliament.

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the present day chaired an all-party assembly on the eve of this yr’s monsoon session of Parliament, looking for a productive sitting. The Trinamool, nonetheless, took a swipe at him saying his common presence within the House was necessary.

“Took half within the All-Party assembly earlier than the beginning of Parliament’s Monsoon Session. We sit up for a productive session the place all points might be debated in addition to mentioned in a constructive method,” PM Modi tweeted in the present day.

Besides Modi, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Minister and Leader of the House within the Rajya Sabha, Piyush Goyal, and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi attended the assembly, other than the ground leaders of varied events, PTI reported.

Derek O’Brien, who represented the Trinamool Congress later tweeted saying, “MPs are not looking for fancy PowerPoint displays on COVID-19 from the PM or this authorities in some convention room. Parliament is in session. Come to the ground home of the House “

Earlier within the day, earlier than the assembly, the Trinamool chief tweeted saying the BJP authorities should not mock Parliament. Posting a bar graph on the autumn within the variety of payments despatched to standing committees, he mentioned “laws is critical enterprise” and it requires scrutiny, not bulldozing.

The monsoon session will start tomorrow and is scheduled to conclude on August 13. On day one, the Prime Minister will introduce the newly-inducted ministers to each the Houses, as is the conference.

Some new members who just lately entered Lok Sabha following bye-polls may even take oath tomorrow.

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