Monsoon season is ready to be stormy, As a series of issues to take the Govt in the form of Oppn

New Delhi: The Monsoon session of Parliament is set to be a tumultuous one as opposition parties have demanded an in-depth debate with the government over a range of issues including the Agnipath recruitment scheme, fuel price hike and unemployment. Controversy over the depiction of the national emblem along with the controversial decision to include a whole slew of new words under the category of “unparliamentary” on the Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) summons to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi was unveiled was. The new Parliament building could further intensify the opposition’s protest during the session.

While the session begins on Monday, the first day will be dedicated to the MPs voting in the election of the new President of India. This session will also be a test of whether opposition unity will survive or crack down on the floor of the House, as was the case with the Presidential election.

The floor leaders of the party, including Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge, Leader of Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and Chief Whip in the Upper House, were listed after a meeting of the Sonia Gandhi-led Congress panel for parliamentary affairs on Thursday. A media briefing about the issues to be raised by the party in the upcoming session. Issues include inflation, unemployment, army recruitment scheme, the government’s decision on the Forest Rights Act, farmers’ unions’ resolve to resume their agitation and the volatile situation along the India-China border.

The Congress will also host a meeting to explore floor coordination with like-minded parties. Though the issue of ED summons did not come up in the Congress Parliamentary Affairs Committee meeting, there are indications that party MPs will register their protest against the move inside Parliament, even as Congress is planning to protest on the streets. has been

“We have decided to give priority to the issues of LPG and price hike affecting the common people. We will also raise the issue of Agneepath scheme of army recruitment in the upcoming session,” Kharge said.

Chowdhury said, “The opposition wants a constructive Parliament session with a discussion on the economic crisis of the people, social issues and the vendetta politics of this government against the opposition leaders. It is up to the government to respond to those issues and ensure the smooth functioning of the House.” Sure. Will be lifting. We will also look closely at the legislative agenda of the government.”

Opposition parties criticized the move to classify hitherto commonly used words, including ‘jumlajeevi’, ‘child wit’, ‘corrupt’, ’embarrassment’ and ‘slang’, in the list of “unparliamentary words”. To be allowed on record in the debates and speeches of Parliament. Congress MP Jairam Ramesh said on Twitter, “All words used by the opposition to describe the reality of the Modi government will now be treated as ‘unparliamentary’. What’s next Vishwaguru.”

Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Mitra also hit out at the move, as she tweeted, “Sit down. Sit down. Speak with love. Sanghi is not included in the new list of unparliamentary words for LS and RS. Took all the words used by the opposition. Describe how BJP is destroying India and banning them.”