West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has been keeping herself warm in Delhi chill by playing badminton.
With the PM silent and Naidu sticking to his stand, the House descended into chaos.
For the fourth day in succession, Congress and other opposition parties demanded presence of the Prime Minister in
The PM hasn’t announced any policy decision in the party meeting.
MP Hanumantha Rao made an ‘unparliamentary’ remark.
Twice after it was adjourned, Rao was first asked by Ansari to go back to his seat when he entered the well around 12.15 pm.
Oppn wants PM to reply debate on communal incidents
The party also sought a reaction from Congress chief Sonia Gandhi on party MP Hanumantha Rao’s remark on Modi.
Led by Congress parties forced adjournments in Rajya Sabha both in the pre-noon session and afternoon session.
Congress and SP force adjournments in Rjaya Sabha seeking Prime Minister’s reply on religious conversion.
Law Minister D V Sadananda Gowda said: “Article 44 of the Constitution mandates that we should have a common civil code.”
Several members demanded that Modi respond to their concerns.
Proposal to be put before Cabinet, Prabhu tells House.
He said with the rise in the use of chemical fertilisers, the quality of produce has come down and farmers are committing suicide.
Observing Nathuram Godse Shourya Diwas on November 15 is absolutely wrong and the govt should take action, said Congress.