Chinese intrusion security matter, can’t be discussed in Parliament: Govt

The government told an all-party meeting on Monday that matters regarding Chinese intrusion can’t be discussed in Parliament as they concern the security of the country. According to the sources, in the customary all-party meeting held on Monday, before the Parliament’s budget session beginning on February 1, the Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party raised the issue of the Chinese intrusion and asked for a discussion in the Parliament. “To this, the government responded by saying that some matters can’t be discussed on the floor of the house as they concern security,” the source said. However, while talking,Reporters asked the Union Parliamentary Affairs minister, Pr. Alhad Joshi, to say that the government is ready to discuss all the issues. “37 leaders from 27 parties participated in the all-party meeting today. Today’s meeting went well. I seek the cooperation of the opposition to run the House well. “We are ready to discuss all issues,” he added. , Sasmit Patra, BJD MP, said after the meeting, “The women’s reservation bill is going to be a priority for BJD in this session.” We’ve been pushing for the passage of the bill. “We’ll  also build consensus with like-minded parties to put pressure on the government to ensure that the bill is passed.” Several opposition parties raised critical issues, including the recent stock market matter concerning industrialist Gautam Adani. MPs requested that the government hold a discussion on the issue because it is important to the country’s economy. 

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