A day before the budget session of Parliament, Congress president Sonia Gandhi accused the government of muzzling all democratic norms.
BJP engaged in a two-pronged strategy of finding ways to placate the community while pinning the blame for things getting out of hand on Congress.
Sharma is on the brink of losing his membership of the Delhi Assembly due to his “sexist” remarks against Lamba, AAP MLA from Chandni Chowk.
There was enough indication that the crucial bills like GST are unlikely to be taken up in the first half of the session, which concludes on March 16.
Ten companies of paramilitary forces were rushed to Haryana to control the situation. Home Minister Rajnath Singh is monitoring the situation.
Since the agitating Jats have also blocked railways tracks in some places, Haryana CM Manohar Lal took up the issue with Suresh Prabhu.
Now its validity is being examined by the five-judge bench. Kalikho Pul was elected the new leader of the House legislature party that day.
The nationalism issue has not just enthused the BJP but also RSS and a roadmap for wooing the people towards it in the name of patriotism is being prepared.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached out to the Opposition on Tuesday to try and get his government’s stalled legislative business moving in Parliament.
Shah dragged the Siachen avalanche into the debate, when he asked if this is the way Gandhi is offering his tribute to those like Lance Naik Hanamanthappa.
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