The Prime Minister should come and listen to us: opposition demanded

The Prime Minister should come and listen to us: opposition demanded

The Prime Minister should come and listen to us: opposition demanded

New Delhi / Correspondent

With a week to go before the end of the monsoon session of Parliament, the opposition has demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi be present in the House and listen to us. Opponents demand that we need a discussion on the Pegasus, farmers' issues, and more. Modi has attended the monsoon session only once so far.

Trinamool Congress MP Derek O'Brien has posted a 3-minute video on Twitter in which members of various opposition parties have demanded that issues like Pegasus and farmers' movement be discussed in the House.

The government is avoiding discussing the necessary issues and pushing the issues that can be sorted out later.   Senior Congress leader and Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge has challenged the government to come forward and discuss with us if it has the courage.

The government is in the business of sniffing at the lives of the citizens for no reason. For that, it is bringing in companies like Pegasus. This is a matter of shame, said NCP MP Vandana Chavan. 

"Pegasus has reached people's homes. We must discuss this issue," said Manoj Jha of the Rashtriya Janata Dal. In the capital Delhi, Dalit girl is sexually abused. She is burned alive. However, the government is not ready to comment on this, said Sushilkumar Gupta of the Aam Aadmi Party. "If you don't turn off my loudspeaker, I want to talk about farmers' issues," Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda said sarcastically.

He is a supporter of the farmers' movement in Delhi.

Members of the Marxist Communist Party have accused the central government of depriving them of freedom of expression. Trinamool Congress' Sukhendushekhar Roy said that the right to speak in Parliament should be maintained. Dravida Munnetra Kalagham expressed displeasure over the government's approach to handling issues in Parliament. It has expressed the need to check the quality of democracy.

In this video, MPs of 10 opposition parties have criticized the government. Most parties have accused the government of dictatorship. Prime Minister Modi attended the inaugural session of the monsoon session and introduced the new ministers.

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