Ramesh also alleged ‘complete lack of transparency and honesty’ on the part of the government in bringing the ordinance.
Congress-ruled states’ demand for dilution of the Act to push development on the ground, Ramesh said the issue transcended political parties.
Jairam said ‘government is generally trapped in ‘ABCD’ culture from top to bottom…. A means Avoid, B-Bypass, C-Confuse, D-Delay’.
Ramesh said the dilution” will open doors for forcible acquisition and diversion of land owned by farmers.
Former Union minister Jairam Ramesh had installed a glass door wherein the minister could be seen by anyone passing by.
Replying to a question inLS about the proposal to plant 200 saplings, Rural Development Ministry, has given an ambiguous reply.
Jairam had accused the BJP of giving Hindutva colour to Ganga rejuvenation programme.
Jairam released Rs 200 cr to society registered by NAC members; NDA will have to pay it Rs 300 cr over 2 yrs.
Those opposing it included Congress chief ministers and their representatives at the meeting.
He claimed that the Congress was a victim of its “own success” and the BJP “reaped benefits” of communal polarisation during the Lok Sabha elections.
Ramesh made the courtesy call to Munde in the ministry itself.
He admitted that people of India have voted for the Congress party to be in the opposition.
He dismissed Monday’s exit polls and said they would be proved “wrong” like in 2004 and 2009.
The ideal situation should be no outside support, Ramesh said.
Hitting out at Congress further, Modi said the party had “mislead” the country on the issue of women safety.
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