Monsoon Session 2021: The monsoon session of Parliament starting from today is expected to be uproar. The opposition has made preparations to ask sharp questions to the government in the House regarding the rising prices of Corona virus, Kisan Bill, petrol diesel and LPG. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who reached Parliament, said that the government is ready for discussion on the corona virus in the house tomorrow evening. We want the country to be given correct information about the pandemic.
Opposition asks sharp questions: PM Modi
PM Modi said, “This epidemic has engulfed the whole world, so we want that there should be a meaningful discussion regarding this epidemic in Parliament as well.” All practical suggestions should be met by all the MPs so that there can be innovation in the fight against the epidemic and the shortcomings can also be corrected. The government is fully prepared to answer that. I would urge all MPs and political parties to ask sharp and sharp questions but also give an opportunity to the government to answer in a calm atmosphere.
We want discussion inside the house and outside the house as well: Modi
PM Modi further said, “I have urged all the leaders of the House that if they take that time tomorrow evening, then I want to give them all the detailed information regarding the epidemic. We want discussion inside the house and outside the house as well.
Earlier, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi has said that the government is not running away from any discussion, the government believes in meaningful discussion. People are watching what we are discussing after the second wave of Corona. We have a lot of pending bills, people are expecting from the government and the opposition.