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New Delhi, March 12 (Language) The opposition parties will meet on Monday morning to prepare a strategy for the second phase of the budget session of the Senate. In the second phase of the session, the opposition will try to corner the government on some other issues, including the alleged misuse of central agencies and the Adani controversy.
Sources said that the opposition parties are expected to meet at the office of the Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge in the Parliament House at around 10 am.
After this, the MPs would attend a meeting at the Congress Parliamentary Party office where the party’s strategy would be discussed, he added.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is continuously attacking Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the UK for his statements. It is likely that there will be a war of words between the Congress and the BJP on the issue during the session.
Issues like alleged misuse of central agencies, Adani dispute, border conflict with China, inflation, unemployment may be raised by the opposition parties during the session.
Congress leader K. Suresh said his party would continue to raise the Adani-Hindenburg issue and question the government as it did not respond to it in the first phase of the session.
It is likely that the main issue in this regard is the alleged misuse of central agencies. This topic is being discussed regarding the ongoing investigation against RJD chief Lalu Prasad and his family in the land-for-job scam.
The Samajwadi Party, the Left and the DMK are also protesting against the attack on the federal structure and the alleged misuse of institutions.
During the session, Trinamool Congress will raise the issue of possible threat to LIC, SBI, inflation, unemployment, alleged misuse of central agencies.
Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha member Derek O’Brien recently said that issues like investment impact risk, inflation related to LIC have a serious impact on the lives of common people and Trinamool Congress will address the issues this.
He said his party would also raise the issue of alleged misuse of central agencies against non-BJP-ruled state governments.
Significantly, the budget session of the Senate began on January 31, the day President Draupadi Murmu addressed a joint sitting of the two Houses of the Senate. As per the schedule, the second phase of the session will start from March 13 and continue until April 6.
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