Manipur violence: Important meeting of ruling party and opposition, strategy will be made on Manipur issue, chances of uproar in the house even today

Manipur violence, Monsoon session: The third day of the Monsoon Session in the Parliament was also dominated by the Manipur issue. There was a lot of uproar in the House regarding the Manipur violence case. The opposition wants a discussion on the Manipur issue. At the same time, the ruling party says that they are also ready for discussion. Even after this, there is no discussion on the issue, only ruckus is happening. The big question is why this is so, when both the sides are ready for discussion, yet the discussion is not happening. In fact, the opposition parties are adamant on the demand for PM Modi’s statement and discussion on the Manipur issue in the House. There is a lot of uproar in the House regarding this. Due to uproar and sloganeering, the proceedings of both the Houses had to be adjourned thrice. Even after this the uproar did not stop, the proceedings were adjourned for the day.

Home Minister Amit Shah appealed for discussion
Here, amid sloganeering by opposition members in the Lok Sabha, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that Manipur violence is a very sensitive issue. The government is ready to discuss it. He said that the opposition is requested to allow the discussion to happen and let the truth come before the country. Expressing surprise, Shah said that he does not know why the opposition is not allowing the discussion to take place in Parliament. Even after his statement, the ruckus of the opposition members continued. Earlier, as soon as Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla asked to start the Question Hour, members of many opposition parties including Congress, Trinamool Congress started raising the Manipur issue. The uproar and sloganeering by the opposition on the Manipur issue continued in the Rajya Sabha as well. In the Zero Hour in the Rajya Sabha, Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar said that he had received 11 notices for short-term discussion under rule 176.

You are challenging the chairman’s seat, said to Derek
In the Rajya Sabha, Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar said that he has received 27 notices under rule 267 for discussion through an adjournment motion. As soon as he started mentioning that notices have been received from Mallikarjun Kharge, John Brittas, Eddie Singh. In the House, Trinamool Congress leader Derek O’Brien objected and asked the Speaker to mention to which party these members belong. Dhankhar asked Derek to sit on the seat, but he kept talking. Derek said, just like you have named the members of BJP, mention the group of other notice givers as well. On this the Chairman said, Mr. Derek, you are challenging the chair.

AAP MP Sanjay Singh suspended, opposition protests in Parliament premises  
Here, AAP member Sanjay Singh has been suspended for the remaining part of the current session for his indecent conduct in the Rajya Sabha. In protest against this, the leaders of the constituents of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) sat on a dharna in the Parliament premises on Monday. At the same time, a few hours after Sanjay Singh was suspended, Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar said that sometimes it becomes necessary to take strict measures to enforce decorum and discipline. Opposition parties condemned the action against Sanjay Singh and accused the government of trying to silence his voice.

Demonstration of opposition parties in Parliament premises
Constituents of the opposition alliance ‘India’ (INDIA) on Monday demonstrated in the Parliament House complex demanding a statement and discussion from the Prime Minister in both houses of Parliament on the issue of Manipur. Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge also participated in this. Apart from this, Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar held talks with Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge in his chamber in Parliament. Rajya Sabha Chairman Dhankhar also held a meeting with other opposition leaders of Rajya Sabha. In the meeting, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh, K.K. Keshav Rao, Sasmit Patra of BJD and Raghav Chadha of Aam Aadmi Party leader are also included. However, no result came out of this meeting, because Vipratra remained adamant on his demand.

Government and opposition called a meeting on Tuesday
A meeting has been called on Tuesday by the ruling party and the opposition in the midst of a heated session regarding the Manipur issue. Today i.e. on Tuesday, there will be a meeting of the BJP parliamentary party at 9.30 am to chalk out a strategy for the monsoon session of the Lok Sabha. At the same time, the leaders of the India alliance are also going to meet to prepare their strategy for the monsoon session. The meeting of the opposition will be held in the office of Leader of Opposition in Parliament Mallikarjun Kharge, in which further strategy will be discussed.