Protest But Come To Parliament: Minister On President's Address Boycott
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Protest But Come To Parliament: Minister On President's Address Boycott

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January 29, 2021

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi on Friday appealed to the opposition parties boycotting the President's address ahead of the budget session to respect the institution that is the President's office. He asked the protesting parties to discuss the president's address and any other issues they have and put forth their points in parliament rather than protesting outside.


New Delhi, 29 January 2021

"Let them hold a discussion on the President's motion if they have a point to make. For that they need to discuss issues in parliament," said Mr Joshi. Mr Joshi said that opposition can raise any issue in the house. "Let the left parties march to the parliament in protest, but after the protest, they should come to the house," he added.

Source -NDTV


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