Monsoon session: Terrorism is terrorism, it has no religion, no caste, says Rajnath Singh

| Friday, July 31, 2015 - 17:07
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Monsoon session of Parliament disrupted again

NEW DELHI: The Parliament proceedings were yet another time disrupted on Friday over former Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Lalit Modi row and the Vyapam scam. 

•Lok Sabha adjourned for the day following constant pandemonium by the Opposition
•Lok Sabha adjourned for 30 minutes amid chaos by Opposition
•RS adjourned till Monday.
•Do not politicize terror, Rajnath Singh tells Congress MPs.
•Rajnath Singh slams Congress MPs
•Rajya Sabha adjourned till 2.30 PM.
•Following continued uproar by the Opposition, LS adjourned till 2 PM.
•The term 'Hindu terrorists' was coined by last UPA government that has weakened India’s stand on terrorism.
•Terrorism is terrorism, it has no religion, no caste, says Singh.
•Would like to extend my condolences to those who lost their lives and wish a speedy recovery to those injured in the Gurdaspur attacks: Home Minister
•Home Minister Rajnath Singh delivers statement in Parliament over Gurdaspur terror attack.
•Rajya Savha adjourned again till 1 PM after Opposition continued to create chaos over Lalit Modi controversy and Vyapam scam.
•Congress show placards in Lok Sabha.

•‘We want justice’ chanted by Congress in the House.
•During UPA Govt, when NDA was in opposition they didn’t let house function until some ministers resigned, should follow that now, says Mayawati.
•Houses resume session
•RS adjourned till noon.
•Opposition create ruckus in Rajya Sabha
•Speaker adjourns adjournment till noon.
•Uproar in Lok Sabha
•Adjournment notice given by Congress in Lok Sabha over Vyapam case and Lalit Modi controversy.
•PM Modi meets senior ministers in Parliament.

•Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi should come and talk inside the Parliament, says RP Rudy.
•Opposition continues to demand resignation of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan Chief Ministers Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Vasundhara Raje which has paralyzed Parliament for two weeks as government rejects their demand.
•After the meeting, Mahajan told media that she wanted consensus against ‘undignified’ manner of protests such as members raising placards in the House or rushing into the Well and claimed that most parties agreed with her views.

•While Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge accused the government of not reaching out to the opposition, TMC leader Sudip Bandhyopadhyay charged it with harbouring a ‘very undemocratic’ attitude.
•Convened by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, an all-party meeting on Friday failed to break the parliamentary deadlock.

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