BJP Meeting: ‘Such directionless opposition has not been seen till date’, PM Modi lashed out at the BJP parliamentary party meeting

Manipur There is continuous uproar in Parliament regarding the matter. Meanwhile, in the BJP parliamentary party meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi fiercely targeted the opposition parties. He said, he has not seen such directionless opposition till date.

Opposition is scattered and desperate: PM Modi

Addressing the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, the opposition is completely scattered and desperate today. The PM also fiercely targeted India in the name of the new alliance of opposition parties. He said, nothing happens by keeping the name ‘India’. The East India Company also added India to its name. India is in the name of Indian Mujahideen. It is known that 26 opposition parties have formed a new organization INDIA ‘Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance’ (India) against the Narendra Modi government at the Center in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

Opposition uproar in Parliament over Manipur case, proceedings disrupted

Recently, a video of two women being paraded naked in Manipur had come to the fore. Opposition parties are continuously creating ruckus in the Parliament regarding this issue. Because of which the proceedings of the House are constantly being disrupted. On Tuesday, for the fourth consecutive day in the Monsoon Session of Parliament, opposition parties created a ruckus in the Lok Sabha on the issue of Manipur violence. The lower house was adjourned within minutes of its commencement due to sloganeering by opposition members. When the proceedings of the House started in the morning, as soon as Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla asked to start the question hour, members of some opposition parties including Congress, Trinamool Congress started raising the issue of Manipur and started raising slogans. They raised slogans of ‘Jawab Do-Jawab Do’ and ‘Prime Minister come to the house’.

Speaker of the Lok Sabha appealed to allow the House to run

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla appealed to the opposition members to stop raising slogans and allow the House to run. He said, don’t you want to run the House? Question hour is an important time. You are requested to run the house, fix the accountability of the government. We are the largest democracy in the world. What are you people raising slogans on daily basis? Birla said, you go to your respective places. Will give you enough time on every issue. Maintain the dignity of Parliament. He said that bringing placards to the House daily is not according to the traditions of the Parliament.

Opposition adamant on PM Modi’s statement on Manipur issue

The opposition parties have been demanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make a statement and hold a detailed discussion on the issue of Manipur in the Parliament since the very first day of the Monsoon session. Due to uproar on this issue, the proceedings of both the Houses were repeatedly disrupted on the first three days of the monsoon session of the Parliament. Home Minister Amit Shah said in the Lok Sabha on Monday that the government is ready for a discussion on this very sensitive issue and urged the opposition to allow the discussion to take place and let the truth come out.