Leaders of opposition reached Rahul Gandhi’s ‘tea breakfast’ meeting

New Delhi: The opposition is churning out a long battle to surround and push the government on the back foot on issues like Pegasus espionage, all three new agricultural laws and inflation. To increase the difficulty of the government, the leaders of the opposition party are planning a strategy to run a parallel parliament outside the house and for this, they are all participating in the tea-snack meeting organized by Rahul Gandhi. This meeting is taking place at the Constitution Club. According to the latest information, no leader of Aam Aadmi Party and BSP has reached this meeting.

Leaders of all these parties took part in the meeting
Leaders of Congress, NCP, Shiv Sena, RJD, SP, CPI(M), CPI, IUML, Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP), Kerala Congress (M), Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, National Conference, TMC and Loktantrik Janata Dal (LJD) attended the meeting. are taking.

Every effort is made to put pressure on the government
The TMC source said, “In the Pegasus and farmers’ agitation case, the opposition’s effort is to try every trick that puts the government under pressure.” If the major opposition parties agree to the proposal to run a parallel parliament, it would not only give nationwide publicity to the issue, but also put the government on the back foot because of its dogma on the issue.

Congress is also afraid of self goal
Rahul has called a meeting on this proposal of TMC, but Congress is also afraid of ‘self-goal’. This is the reason why the Congress has not clarified its opinion on the issue. The party feels that the party may also be subject to criticism due to its decision to run a parallel parliament.

Center’s stand clear, will not hold any discussion on Pegasus
There is no hope of a way out between the government and the opposition in the Pegasus espionage case. In the last two meetings of the Business Advisory Committee, the government made it clear that it would not hold any discussion on the Pegasus issue. On the other hand, the opposition is not ready to go back on the condition of announcing a government inquiry into the matter with Pegasus being discussed at any cost to conduct the proceedings of the House.