Today (on Tuesday) is the second day of the Winter Session of Parliament. But as soon as the winter session of Parliament begins, the opposition has suffered a major setback. 12 MPs of Rajya Sabha have been suspended for the uproar. Now the opposition parties have started making their strategy regarding this. However, there is also news that there is still scope for the matter to be hushed up after the suspended MPs apologise. But the opposition is not united on this. Congress and TMC are not unanimous on the strategy to surround the central government.
30 November 2021
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla started the meeting with the leaders of the opposition parties. The speaker is trying to break the deadlock between the central government and the opposition parties.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in the Rajya Sabha that the central government will soon introduce a bill on cryptocurrencies. The regulation of cryptocurrencies should be discussed in detail.
There is a protest against the suspension of 12 Rajya Sabha MPs in the Parliament House Complex. MPs of opposition parties demonstrated in front of Bapu’s statue.
Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu said that the suspension of MPs will not be withdrawn. He has done the work of obstructing the proceedings of the House.
In the Rajya Sabha too, opposition MPs are opposing the central government. Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge raised the issue of suspension of 12 MPs in the Rajya Sabha. He said that the question of apologizing does not arise.
As soon as the proceedings started in the Lok Sabha, there was uproar. Opposition MPs raised slogans. After which the proceedings of the Lok Sabha were adjourned till 2 pm.
The meeting of opposition parties has ended on the suspension of 12 MPs of Rajya Sabha. It has been decided in the meeting that today (Tuesday) the proceedings of the House will be boycotted and a complaint will be made to Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu. 16 parties of the opposition have taken this decision.
Before the meeting of the opposition, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge said that there is no question of apologizing. The government has done the work of suppressing the voice of the opposition. We are now making an issue of the uproar in the monsoon session.
The meeting of the opposition called by Congress is going on. 15 opposition parties participated in this meeting. The strategy to surround the government was discussed in the meeting.
There is a meeting of the opposition today on the suspension of 12 Rajya Sabha MPs. Congress has called a meeting of the opposition. 15 parties including Congress are participating in this meeting of the opposition. TMC is not involved in this meeting called by Congress.
A Meeting of 15 parties including Congress will be held in Mallikarjun Kharge’s room at 10 am today. Know that TMC was also asked by Mallikarjun Kharge to come to this meeting but he refused to come saying that he would hold his meeting separately.
After the suspension of MPs from the Rajya Sabha, the ball is once again in the opposition’s court. Does it remain to be seen what they do? Will the suspended MPs apologize or will there be an attempt to surround the government once again by making the suspension an issue?
Let us inform you that the monsoon session of Parliament, which began on July 19, was adjourned indefinitely, two days before the scheduled time. There was a lot of uproar by the opposition parties on different issues including the Pegasus espionage case and 3 agricultural laws. Because of this, less than 30 per cent of the work was done in both the Houses of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
However, the opposition has called it a dictatorial and strangling move of the government. Congress has called a meeting of the opposition on this issue at 10 am today, in which 15 opposition parties can participate. However, TMC has distanced itself from this meeting. TMC has called a meeting of the opposition in Parliament at 10.15 pm.
According to sources, 12 Rajya Sabha MPs who have been suspended from the current session can meet Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu today. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi has said that the suspension can be withdrawn if the suspended MP apologizes for his behaviour.
The after-effects of the uproar in the monsoon session of Parliament were visible on the very first day of the winter session of Parliament. The Rajya Sabha chairman suspended 12 opposition MPs for the entire session. Of the suspended Rajya Sabha MPs, 6 are from Congress, two each from TMC and Shiv Sena and one each from CPM and CPI.