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‘Black Day’ For Parliamentary Democracy, Says Congress

New Delhi: Responding to the ministers’ press briefing led by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on the agri Payments, the Congress referred to as the behaviour of the federal government as a “black day” in Indias democratic historical past.

Addressing the press convention, Congress leaders Ok.C. Venugopal ,Randeep Surjewala ,Shaktisinh Gohil, Rajeev Satav, and Partap Singh Bajwa stated that the battle for the farmers will go on until its logical finish.

Venugopal stated “The manner in which the government pushed through the grossly anti-farmer Bills was totally against any and every procedure and tradition laid out in the rulebook.”

Whereas Gohil alleged that the federal government is misusing the chair and that is the true “Modi model”.

The Congress leaders alleged that “high-handedness” and utter disregard for democratic custom and norms appears to have turn out to be the brand new regular even in Parliament.

“The government bulldozed the anti-farmer Bills at the cost of well established parliamentary procedures, rules and traditions. They were hellbent on helping their crony capitalist friends by going to any extent, including denying discussion and division for passing the Bills in the house,” stated Surjewala.

Many members had moved notices to refer these payments to the choose committee for wider session and evaluation. Nonetheless, in an unprecedented and tyrannical manner the federal government turned a deaf ear to our democratic rights, the celebration alleged.

“The very right to speak on the Bills and seek for a division was completely negated through sheer and unjustifiable arrogance and authoritarianism. Such an unprecedented instance of undemocratic passage of anti-people legislation was never heard of in the history of Indian Parliament. This is naked murder of democracy and parliamentary traditions,” it stated.

The opposition events have unanimously determined to maneuver a no-confidence movement towards the Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman for his “anti-democratic and anti-parliamentary conduct” within the passage of those Payments and the 12 events will meet on Monday to resolve the technique.

“His actions amount to serious breach of the privileges of the members and killing of the very ideals he is supposed to protect under oath,” stated Venugopal.

(IANS)

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