Not all congress want to stall house proceeding in Monsoon Session

Posted on 22nd Jul 2015 12:33 pm by rohit kumar verma

As the monsoon session of Parliament begins to come in possession with an uproarious start, with the Congress stalling the Rajya Sabha, Dissimilarities was easily seen in the party over the disruption strategy. In a meeting of Congress Lok Sabha MPs, chaired by party president Miss Sonia and attended by vice-president Mr. Rahul party leader Shashi Tharoor is learnt to have expressed his disapproval over the “stalling tactics”.



when the house session adjourned for the wednesday, Congress MP in Rajya Sabha M S Gill told to the reporters outside the parliament that I would like to see Parliament work. Right now country is facing many serious problems. The 130 crore people of the country have many grave problems in theri today life. So, we need to discuss on that issues and make out the best decission to resolve those issues however several pressing issues are left which yet to be discussed.



As the parliament session end for the day; Sonia and Rahul met with all of their Congress Lok Sabha MP at the parliamentary party office. By some of the sources mouth peice, Sonia was so aggressive and attend the house with full of strength and indicate that their party should not gesticulate this week.



However, Shashi Tharoor said a repeat of what the BJP did when it was in the opposition may not be effective. He gave three reasons for this, sources said. First, the strength of the Congress is just 44, while the BJP had 110-plus members when it was in the opposition during the last Lok Sabha. Second, it is not clear whether the rest of the opposition will join the Congress, and it remains to be seen if the government can get them on its side. Third, Tharoor is learnt to have argued that the government will, in all likelihood, brazen out the opposition attack. Congress party always engage and discussed and probe the burning issues again and again either it be vyapam scam of Mr. Lalit episode and they are trying to resolve this issues with strong fact and figures. Not even the media but the whole country people learnt from it that the nation will not tolerate any kind of such issue and country's law will always ready to punish, those who dare to do or involved in the issue.



However, sources said, Rahul was not against the “disruption tactics”, and the general view at the meeting was that such tactics should be employed at least this week. There will be a review of the strategy next week. Sources said many MPs shared Tharoor’s views and felt they should not blindly follow what the BJP did during the UPA tenure.Rahul agreed that facts should be presented to the people, and pointed out that even in Rajasthan, where he went last week, people were not fully aware of the Lalit Modi issue.



While according to the Party leader of Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath and Jyotiradtiya have already given deferment notices and said that congress. However some close persons of congress party told to the reporters that the congress party was expected to raise the vyapam issue in the lok sabha.




While in addition to this, before the session start, congress MP wearing black bands and protest in front of Mahatma Gandhi's statue, And sonia and rahul lead the protest and sources also said that this would repeat this on Thursday too. 

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