Want to speak on lot of issues in Parliament: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi today alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was himself involved in corruption. If I will speak, his balloon will burst.
"We have some personal information about their corruption, and that this why they are not letting us speak", Rahul said.
Demanding an explanation from the Prime Minister, Rahul Gandhi asked to let opposition have a say in Lok Sabha.
PRIME Minister Narendra Modi, Vice President Hamid Ansari and other parliamentarians on Tuesday paid tributes to the martyrs of the 2001 attack on Parliament. The Prime Minister is accountable to Parliament but has not come to the Lok Sabha.
Gandhi made the statement while briefing the media along with a delegation of opposition party leaders at the Central Hall in Parliament. "The PM cannot keep running away from a discussion in the Lok Sabha", Rahul said, adding that the PM too "can speak in the debate for as long as he wants". "Why is he not coming to the House?" the Congress leader said at a hurriedly held press conference in Parliament House after the Speaker adjourned the Lok Sabha for the day amid continued protests by the Opposition.
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Last week, President Pranab Mukherjee had criticised the stalling of Parliamentary proceedings repeatedly.
We are thereby witnessing a farcical reversal of roles - the ruling party of the moment after losing power sits in Opposition benches and disrupts Parliament, while the party in power hurls the same accusations at the Opposition when they occupy the treasury benches.
Raja further said that Prime Minister Modi is the one who is not coming to the parliament to discuss about demonetisation.
"We are pretty much unconditionally ready for a debate in Parliament". "Prime Minister should stop making excuses and come to the house".
He said the government is spreading rumours that after Rahul Gandhi speaks, the opposition will not allow the House to function. The PM said he hasn't been allowed to speak in Parliament.