Chennai: Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today lashed out at Congress for disrupting Parliament and expressed the hope that the party understands its responsibility and comes to the House to discuss issues.
After the incident, BJP Lok Sabha MPs, including Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu, submitted a privilege motion against IYC leaders for “attacking” the office of the speaker by demonstrating outside her residence. Even the suspension on Congress MPs can be revoked.
“By obstructing the Parliament, Congress and its friends are doing a great disservice to the nation“.
After the most productive Budget Session, the ongoing Monsoon Session of Parliament is staring at total washout with just a few days left. Let us see what is going to happen.
On Saturday, Congress threw the ball in government’s court on the issue of smooth functioning of Parliament in this session that has largely remained paralysed over Lalit Modi and Vyapam issues, saying if it was interested in its running, then it should reach out to the opposition. Even now if there is a meaningful suggestion, the government is willing to consider the suggestion, Naidu said. “I want Monday to be Monday and I don’t want Monday to be a Sunday”, he said.
Unfortunately, BJP leaderships thought process is fast turning to the level of personal abuse as reflected from statements of Kailash Vijayvargiya, Prakash Javadekar, Smriti Irani and Santosh Gangwar.
On Friday, Rahul Gandhi had accused financial transactions between Sushma Swaraj’s family and Lalit Modi.
“It is against democratic principles”. Who was in the government…? Apart from writing letters to the Centre, AICC chief Sonia Gandhi raised the concerns of AP in Parliament, they said.
Since the beginning of the monsoon session, the Congress, along with other opposition parties, has been insisting on the resignation of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje over what is called the “Lalitgate” and the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over the Vyapam scam.
He said nearly all the states and political parties were in favour of the GST bill and most issues have been ironed out.