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'Opposition conduct unfortunate': PM Modi blasts Congress for deadlock in Parliament

The Monsoon Session of Parliament commenced on July 19. However, the Parliament has failed to transact any business due to continuous uproar by the opposition parties.

Devendra Parashar Devendra Parashar @DParashar17
New Delhi Updated on: July 27, 2021 13:10 IST
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'Opposition conduct unfortunate': PM Modi blasts Congress for deadlock in Parliament 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that there is no hope from the Opposition because of its negative approach. Speaking at the Parliamentary party meeting, he said that the conduct of the Congress-led Opposition parties is unfortunate as he attacked the grand old party for causing a deadlock in the Parliament.

The Prime Minister said that the Congress is neither interested in debate, nor is allowing the Parliament to function. He also slammed Congress for not attending the all-party meeting that was called last week on the issue of Covid-19 vaccination in the country and accused it of preventing others from attending.

PM Modi asked the BJP MPs to "expose the behaviour of Congress and other parties in front of the media and the public". Notably, the Prime Minister was forced to cut short his speech due to uproar by the opposition leaders when he rose to introduce new Ministers on the first day of the Monsoon Session.

The Monsoon Session of Parliament commenced on July 19. However, the Parliament has failed to transact any business due to continuous uproar by the opposition parties.

MoS for Parliamentary Affairs, Arjun Ram Meghwal, said that the Prime Minister spoke about Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. The PM said that people have blessed us and it is an opportunity to inculcate the feeling of serving the country in people. MPs were told that they too had to ensure everyone is connected to it.

"PM said in 2047 when we'll complete 100 years of Independence, we've to collect ideas from people on how we can achieve the best benchmarks & create an Action plan for the next 25 years," Meghwal said.

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