“Insult To Democracy, People”: PM On Opposition’s Parliament Protests

“Insult To Democracy, People”: PM On Opposition’s Parliament Protests

'Insult To Democracy, People': PM On Opposition's Parliament Protests

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday renewed his assault on the opposition, accusing it, as soon as once more, of not permitting the Parliament’s monsoon session prime perform. At a gathering of BJP MPs he declared this “an insult to Parliament… the structure… to democracy and to the general public”.

This is the second time in every week that the Prime Minister has lashed out on the opposition over fierce protests in each Houses of Parliament over numerous points, together with the Pegasus phone-hacking row, the federal government’s dealing with of the COVID-19 pandemic and the farmers’ protest.

Last week the Prime Minister accused the Congress of intentionally spurning makes an attempt at resolving an deadlock that has seen little, if any, work within the monsoon session of Parliament.

The Prime Minister’s sharp assault comes as Congress MP Rahul Gandhi leads a breakfast assembly of opposition leaders in Delhi at this time.

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