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Clash With China Become Issue Of Winter Session. Opposition Walks Out Of Parliament

China clash remains a very important issue in the ongoing winter session of Parliament. While the opposition is demanding discussion on this issue from the government, the government seems to be avoiding it. 

In such a situation, there is an uproar in the Parliament even on Monday on the issue of China.

 Recently, Congress accused PM Modi of ‘running away from discussion’ in Parliament about the situation on the India-China border. 

The opposition party said that not the Defense Minister, but the Prime Minister should answer on this issue. 

The Congress alleged that Prime Minister Modi does not speak the word “China”. 

The country’s grand old party also questioned whether the government was keeping mum because of its “close ties” with that country (China). 

This attack on the government has been done a few days after the skirmish between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh. 

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also attacked the government on the issue of China – asked – what is the compulsion of the government regarding China? 

In the meeting of the National Council of Aam Aadmi Party, Arvind Kejriwal fiercely surrounded the central government on the issue of China.

He said that China shows us eyes and our government is rewarding it. When China showed us its eyes, the BJP government bought goods worth Rs 7.5 lakh crore in the next year. We should have punished them, what was the compulsion to buy more goods from them? 

At the same time, Kejriwal said that China makes big and small attacks on us. But our jawans are facing the stinging attacks. But then the news comes that China has entered so many kilometers inside. On such issues, the Government of India says that no, everything is fine.

The proceedings of the winter session of the Parliament have started. Congress MP Pramod Tiwari raised the issue of Chinese encroachment in the Indian border. 

Even Monday there is uproar in the Parliament. Recently, the Defense Minister gave a statement on the issue of China, since then the opposition has been demanding on this issue. The opposition says that the government is hiding something in this matter.

Regarding the demand for discussion on the China issue, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said that I want to object, even before this many important issues of the UPA Government were not discussed. Let me tell you that in the year 2012, the issue of Chinese encroachment could not be discussed.

Opposition MPs staged a walkout in the Rajya Sabha in protest against the Chairman’s refusal to allow discussion on the China border issue.

Raising the issue of same sex, BJP leader Sushil Modi said that ‘same sex’ marriage in India is not accepted under any law and I also oppose it. This issue should be discussed in the Parliament.

In Lok Sabha, BSP MP Kunwar Danish Ali raised the issue of boycott of Pathan film. Danish Ali said that Deepika Padukone is appreciated all over the world, but here the talk of boycotting her films is said by the ruling party, when the censor board has passed a film, then who are these people to boycott .

The government today moved to repeal the Land Acquisition Act 1885 and 23 other Acts. The government also proposed to repeal the Supreme Court (Number of Judges) Amendment Act, 2019.

Congress leader in the Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary said that today Kashmiri Pandits are leaving Kashmir and terrorists are preparing a list of their names to target Kashmiri Pandits. In such a situation, there should be a detailed discussion on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in the House.

Union Minister Piyush Goyal said that today we saw the desperation of the opposition parties in the Rajya Sabha and saw a complete lack of decorum in them. Their frustration has reached a level where they do not believe in any rules/laws in the functioning of the Parliament.

Meanwhile opposition parties staged a walkout in the Rajya Sabha today after the Speaker rejected demands for a discussion on Chinese incursions on the borders.

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