New Delhi, on July 22nd.
Derek O’Brien, an MP from TMC, has accused the BJP of stopping the discussions in Parliament. He also requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to start the discussion on the Manipur issue in either the Rajya Sabha or the Lok Sabha.
The activities in the Parliament have been stopped since the Monsoon Session started on July 20 because the opposition parties are protesting against the ethnic violence in Manipur and a video showing two women being paraded naked on May 4.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is the one responsible for preventing the Parliament from functioning. We will begin talking about Manipur on Monday morning at exactly 11 am. Let the Prime Minister choose where he wants to start the conversation. He chose something. Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha are the names of two houses in the Indian government. “O’Brien, the TMC’s parliamentary leader in Rajya Sabha, tweeted that we will all definitely participate. ”
Opposition parties want the prime minister to talk about the issue in Parliament. The government has promised them that there will be a discussion about it.
On Friday, the Defence Minister, Rajnath Singh, said in the Lok Sabha that the government is willing to talk about the issue. Members of the opposing party asked Prime Minister Modi to speak and then have a discussion. “Please rewrite this text using simpler words. ”
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