NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the Opposition parties to go ahead on the land bill and said that the government is standing by to discuss all issues.
Addressing the All-Party Meeting ahead of the monsoon session on Monday, PM Modi said, “Parliament has a major significance and it should be utilized to discuss all issues. Government is ready to discuss all issues.” “We should move forward on land bill,” he added.
Earlier defending the stand of his government, a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy expressed, “Our PM has said that we are ready to discuss all the issues being talked about inside the Parliament.”
We may expect a stormy monsoon session of Parliament with both the government and the Opposition sticking to their respective stands.
While the BJP has hinted towards countering the Opposition attack aggressively, the Congress on the other hand has maintained that it will continue to insist for resignation of scam-tainted leaders.
The saffron party has accused the former ruling government of politicizing the Vyapam scam and said that this case is under the purview of the Supreme Court.
“The Vyapam case is in the purview of court. If the Congress still makes hue and cry on it means they just want to play politics on issue,” said BJP spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi.
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