Friday, 22 January 2016

Congress disrupts Parliament proceedings for political vendetta: Sudhanshu Trivedi

The Bharatiya Janata Party has said that Congress disrupted Parliament proceedings only for its political vendetta. Talking to reporters on Friday in Bhopal, party's national spokesman Sudhanshu Trivedi said that what happened in the Parliament during monsoon session was democratically unacceptable and left dismissive impact.

In last six months, India has gained remarkably on production and inflation and could leave China behind if the pace of development is maintained, said Trivedi.
"Congress has failed to win and is now setting political goals by impeding development. BJP will reach every nook and corner to expose Congress' anti-development face", he warned. 

Emphasizing the significance of Parliament discussion, Trivedi said Goods and Services Tax (GST) was important issue to be discussed in both the houses but Congress was unwilling to take a note of it. Congress is not only responsible for virtually washing-out the monsoon session but also tryng to stop the growth of the country, he alleged, adding that Congress took alibi for discussing state issues but only MP and Rajasthan. When asked for Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, the party refused.

On a query regarding Prime Minister Narendra Modi's absence in the house, Trivedi said when leaders of both the houses were addressing, it was not important for PM to make statement. Trivedi clarified that it is up to the Parliament to decide whether to call a special session for moving GST ahead.
This New is Originally Posted on Time of India

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