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Kharge further said that the central agencies are harassing the leaders and accusing the agencies of political influence.
New Delhi: Leader of the Opposition and Congress Mallikarjun Kharge said that the opposition would raise the issues of unemployment, inflation and raids by central agencies in the second half of the budget session.
Kharge said, “Opposition leaders will raise all issues including unemployment, inflation, ED-CBI raids. We will take the views of all the opposition leaders to formulate a strategy.”
Kharge further said that the central system is harassing the leaders. He accused the agencies of political influence. He said, “Government agencies are harassing opposition leaders so much, Lalu Prasad Yadav, a senior citizen and his daughter-in-law are pregnant. Agencies are free to do their duty but doing so for revenge and political influence is wrong.”
He attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party. He claimed to have the sympathy of the people of Karnataka.
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PM Modi is busy trying to win the sympathy of the people of Karnataka. We are only asking for his work, what he has given to the people of Karnataka. They expect to take full credit for connecting the two ends of the road. We built a road connecting Mysore for tourists. If one likes to talk, one should at least not lie.”
A meeting of Congress MPs was held at the Congress Parliamentary Party (CPP) office in Parliament under the chairmanship of Kharge. Congress MP Sonia Gandhi, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary and many other leaders were present in this meeting. 16 of the opposition parties also gathered at Kharge’s office in the Senedd building to present their position regarding the budget session.
The budget session resumes after a break of one month. The Senedd was adjourned to enable parliamentary standing committees dealing with departments to examine grant calls and prepare reports relating to their ministries or departments.
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