Central Government and Congress face to face regarding ‘secrecy’ on the agenda of special Parliament session

A round of allegations and counter-allegations has started between the Congress party and the central government regarding the special session of Parliament. The Congress on Wednesday alleged that Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi had misled by saying that the central government followed various rules and procedures in calling a special session of Parliament. Party general secretary Jairam Ramesh also said that on several occasions in the past But the governments had given information about its agenda before calling the special session. He also gave many examples in this context.

Hitting out at Joshi, Ramesh posted on the social media platform ‘X’, “How much will Joshi ji mislead? The agenda of each particular session/meeting was known in advance. It is only the Modi government which is continuously insulting the Parliament and distorting the parliamentary traditions. He said that the previous governments had called several special meetings for Constitution Day, Quit India Movement and other such occasions and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) governments were also involved in doing so.

Ramesh’s statement came after the statement of Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi. In his statement, Joshi wrote a reply letter to former Congress President Sonia Gandhi. It was written in the letter that following the traditions, the special session of the Parliament has been called, perhaps you are not paying attention to the traditions. Political parties are never discussed before convening the Parliament session and issues are never discussed. After the session is called by His Excellency the President and before the commencement of the session, there is a meeting of the leaders of all the parties, in which the issues and functioning of the Parliament are discussed.

Responding to Sonia Gandhi’s letter and objections on the special session, Prahlad Joshi said that the government discusses the agenda with the opposition after the session begins. Negative politics should not be done regarding this. The session has been called according to tradition.

What did Sonia Gandhi say?

Congress Parliamentary Party chief Sonia Gandhi wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, urging him to take appropriate action on nine issues, including the country’s economic situation, caste census and the border standoff with China, during the special session of Parliament beginning September 18. To be discussed under the rules.

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