Sonia Gandhi: Congress Parliamentary Party chief Sonia Gandhi has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday (6 September) regarding calling a special session of Parliament. PM Modi In this letter written by him, he has asked for details of the government’s agenda for the upcoming special session of Parliament. In the letter, he has also objected to the fact that the government took the decision to call the session without discussing with the opposition, which is wrong.
‘The opposition has no idea about the agenda’
In her letter to the PM, Sonia Gandhi wrote, “You have called a special five-day session of Parliament starting from September 18, 2023. May I be told how this special session was called without any consultation with other political parties? None of us have any idea about its agenda. The only information the opposition has received is that five days have been allotted for “government work.”
‘Proper time should be given to the opposition in the debate’
Sonia Gandhi further wrote, “We certainly want to participate in the special session as it will give us an opportunity to raise matters of public concern and importance. I sincerely hope that time will be allotted for discussion and debate on these issues under appropriate rules.” In the letter, Sonia Gandhi has listed many important matters ranging from Manipur violence, Adani dispute and caste census. Highlighting several issues, Gandhi wrote, “I sincerely hope that these issues will be taken up in the upcoming special session in the spirit of constructive cooperation.”
Opposition demanded discussion on these issues
In the letter, Sonia Gandhi discussed the current economic situation (inflation, unemployment, problems of MSME industry), farmers’ demand for MSP, JCP on Adani case, caste census, attack on federal structure, natural disaster in many states, infiltration of China in India. And raised the demand for discussion on issues like border dispute, recent Nuh violence and Manipur.
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