Parliament Monsoon Session - Allegations against me are baselsss, Sushma Swaraj issues statement

| Monday, August 3, 2015 - 18:11
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Parliament Monsoon Session

NEW DELHI: Amid major chaos created by the Opposition in the Parliament demanding resignation of two prominent ministers Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhra Raje and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj over Lalit Modi controversy, the government is now willing to offer Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intervention to save the remainder of the monsoon session of the Parliament. 
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•27 Opposition MPs suspended for 5 days by Lok Sabha Speaker
•Lok Sabha adjourned for today
•To end this stalemate, best way is to debate. Let ministers respond: Venkaiah Naidu
•Rajya Sabha adjourned for the day due to heavy debate
•A member has the right to respond to allegations made against them:Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha
•Government says,'There is no question of resignation'
•We still stand by our demand: Ghulam Nabi Azad
•Congress insists on resignation of Lalit Modi and Vyapam issues at All Party meeting on Parliament logjam
•Sushma Swaraj violated the law by helping an absconder. House won't function until she resigns: Pramod Tiwari
•Lok Sabha adjourned till 2pm
•PM Modi will not attend meet. Rajnath Singh and Venkaiah Naidu to represents party at All Party Meet. 
•Proper functioning of the House is halted by Congress: Nitin Gadkari
•Rajya Sabha adjourned till noon
•Rajya sabha adjourned after Susma Swaraj’s statement. 
•All allegations against me are baseless
•All party meet called by Naidu
•Sushma Swaraj issues statement in Rajya Sabha.
•I am ready to explain my stand: External Affairs Minister
•I did not help Lalit Modi, says Sushma Swaraj
•Sushma Swaraj clarifies her stand on Lalit Modi controversy in Parliament.
•I did nothing wrong, says Sushma Swaraj
•External Affairs Minister Susham Swaraj speaks in Parliament
•Anand Sharma: PM Modi should speak in Rajya Sabha
•Gandhi refers Modi as a ‘clever news manager’
•PM Modi is a skillful salesman and a headline grabber: Sonia Gandhi
•There is campaign to assault the image of MP, says Naresh Agarwal of Samajwadi Party.
•Sonia asks Congress leaders to continue protest in Parliament.
•Speaker rejects all notices for adjournment
•We have a clear stand, the way corruption has happened, we demand resignations: Sonia Gandhi
•There can be no productive session and no meaningful proceedings till the time people responsible for major wrong-doings continue to stay in office, says Gandhi.
•The agitators of yesterday in both the Houses have suddenly turned champions today of debate and discussion: Sonia Gandhi
•Narendra Modi never leaves an opportunity to claim moral high ground on transparency, integrity and accountability, she said.
•PM Modi is totally casual about his promises and is totally incapable of delivering them: Gandhi
•The present Parliament session is comparatively short but it is turning eventful, says Congress President.
•We will fight against the shameless attitude of the government: Congress President Sonia Gandhi at CPP meeting, sources inform.
•We will fight against the shameless attitude of the government: Congress President Sonia Gandhi at CPP meeting, sources inform.
•Congress parliamentary party meeting in progress in national capital. 
•The government is willing to offer an intervention by PM Modi during a discussion on the Lalit Modi row and Vyapam scam raised by the Congress and the Left parties in an effort to salvage the remainder of the monsoon session of Parliament that concludes on August 13.
•Targeting Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice-President Rahul Gandhi for deadlock at the time of the ongoing monsoon session of the Parliament, Union Minister for Environment and Forest Prakash Javedkar on Sunday said that disturbing a Parliament session is an insult to democracy.


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Parliament not functioning Insulting

Jawdekar did not have a recording of Their parties behaviour when they were in opposition. From Natwar Singh to Pawan Bansal , Sushma Swaraj was the spokesman. Today she says she did not intervene. with the British. Who was Keith Vaz ? An Indian citizen? Why did she go against the dictat of Chidambaram who told the British relations would sour if Lalit Modi was not kept on a leash. Who was she to change the policy? Now this very same person Sushma is being sushed.

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