Modi blamed for Parliament disruption

Modi blamed for Parliament disruption

There was also all-round agreement that forthcoming Parliament sessions would be even less productive as the confrontation between the BJP and its opponents was only going to intensify in the run-up to elections. All BJP MPs will observe a day-long fast on to protest the opposition's conduct in Parliament, Modi said. "It is truly democratic and an only democratic political party can effectively serve a democratic nation", PM Modi in the video.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday slammed Amit Shah's remarks equating opposition parties with animals, saying that the "disrespectful statement" reflected his "mentality" and tore into the Modi rule, alleging there is a collapse of government. They can not imagine that when we got the opportunity to elect a President on our own strength, we elected a person belonging to the Dalit community. Sometimes, it also takes a violent turn. "They can not imagine that when we got the opportunity to elect a Deputy Speaker, we selected Shri Suraj Bhan, who belonged to the Dalit community and later Shri Karia Munda, who is a tribal leader". "I had met you personally to request you to pass a Bill for reservation in private jobs and promotions".

"In the present situation, BJP's Dalit MPs are victims of daily harassment from own Samaj. We will try to unite Dalits", he said. He was referring to the Supreme Court's recent ruling on the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, which allegedly diluted the law.

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Indian American lawmaker Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, who met India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 6, said that he would work with his counterparts to strengthen the bilateral relationship between the two countries. The BJP wants to assuage the growing discontent among Dalits as the party is building its campaign for the Karnataka polls where Dalits account for 19 per cent of the voters. "Therefore, the PM and BJP chief will soon call them for a meeting", said a senior BJP functionary. "Mr. Narendra Modi does not want to discuss these issues because of his close relationship with Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi (owner of Gitanjali Group, who has also left the country)", he said during an interaction with industrialists and businessmen here on Sunday.

Meanwhile, veering towards Andhra Pradesh, Modi, who is alleged to be acting as political Prime Minister instead of governing Prime Minister, has gone back on all his promises he had made to Andhra Pradesh.

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