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Parliament Budget Session Live: Chances of uproar on the second day of the Parliament session

Parliament Budget Session: The uproar may continue in Parliament on the second day of the second phase of the budget session. While the BJP is adamant on demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi, the opposition is continuously besieging the Center on the issue of Adani. Earlier on Monday, there was a tremendous uproar in the Parliament. Several central ministers including Piyush Goyal, Prahlad Joshi besieged Rahul Gandhi for insulting India abroad, so today once again the opposition meeting with Mallikarjun Kharge. On the other hand, the Committee of Privileges can automatically take cognizance of the speech given by Rahul Gandhi in London.

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Trinamool Congress MPs protest in front of Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Parliament against the central government over the Adani dispute.

Union Minister Anurag Thakur has once again attacked the Congress over the uproar in the House. He said that the Congress should apologize to the country. Thakur said that today India is emerging as a global superpower and India is presiding over the G20. All these things show the progress of India but on the other hand Rahul Gandhi is not leaving any chance to humiliate India by going abroad.

Meanwhile, leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary has also launched a scathing attack on the government. He said that the government itself does not want to run the house. Never seen such a scene that the ministers of the government created ruckus to stall the House. Adhir said that why would Rahul Gandhi apologize? Has he committed any crime? The people of the government should apologise.

Aam Aadmi Party MP Sanjay Singh has given Zero Hour notice in Rajya Sabha today for the second phase of the budget session.

Congress Lok Sabha MP Manish Tewari has given Adjournment Motion Notice to discuss the “essence, substance and spirit of the freedom of expression granted to Members of Parliament under Article 105 of the Constitution”.


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