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JD-U To Back BJP's Nominee For LS Speaker: KC Tyagi

Janata Dal (United) leader KC Tyagi stated that his party, along with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), stands as a steadfast member of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance. He further affirmed their unwavering commitment to endorse the candidate proposed by the BJP for the esteemed position of Lok Sabha Speaker. KC Tyagi Said, “JDU (Janata […]

JD-U To Back BJP's Nominee For LS Speaker: KC Tyagi
JD-U To Back BJP's Nominee For LS Speaker: KC Tyagi

Janata Dal (United) leader KC Tyagi stated that his party, along with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), stands as a steadfast member of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance. He further affirmed their unwavering commitment to endorse the candidate proposed by the BJP for the esteemed position of Lok Sabha Speaker.

KC Tyagi Said, “JDU (Janata Dal-United) and TDP (Telugu Desam Party) are strongly in NDA. We will support the person nominated (for Speaker) by BJP.” He was questioned regarding comments made by certain opposition leaders, suggesting that the next Lok Sabha Speaker could be from the TDP or JD-U, despite the BJP currently heading a coalition government with its partners at the national level.

Tyagi’s remarks are a clear indication that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leaning towards fielding its nominee for the Speaker’s post, signaling a departure from choosing a candidate from among its party allies.

In the first session of the 18th Lok Sabha, the election for the post of Speaker is set to take place on June 26, marking a crucial event in parliamentary proceedings.

In response to inquiries regarding the contentious issues surrounding NEET-UG results, Tyagi emphasized that the matter is currently under careful consideration by the Supreme Court. “We refrain from commenting anything on the issue.”

Speaking about AAP’s allegations on BJP regarding Delhi’s water crisis, Tyagi said, “Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, and Delhi government should refrain from politicizing the issue and sit together to find solutions for the problem. The public is the sole sufferer.”

He said there will be a discussion on the demands of people during the union budget.
“There will be positive discussions in the parliament. The elected MPs will carry forward the expectations, demands, and issues of their constituencies.”

The inaugural session of the 18th Lok Sabha, marking the commencement of parliamentary proceedings, is scheduled to commence on June 24, while the Rajya Sabha is set to convene for its sessions from June 27 onwards.

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