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What did the PM say about the attitude of the opposition in the BJP parliamentary party meeting?

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PM Modi arrives to participate in the BJP parliamentary party meeting

New Delhi: In the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed displeasure over the attitude of the opposition in Parliament and called it unfortunate. He also hinted at victory in 2024 in the Bharatiya Janata Party Parliamentary Party meeting. After the BJP parliamentary party meeting, senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said, PM Modi said that today is the last parliamentary party meeting of 2023. Currently BJP fills two and a half blocks of this hall with the number of MPs but after 2024 it will be completely filled. There is no need to tell what will be the number of opposition in 2024.

The only goal of the arrogant alliance is to remove Modi.

Referring to PM Modi’s statement, Ravi Shankar Prasad said, ‘Prime Minister Modi said that the only goal of the arrogant alliance is to remove Modi. Whereas our aim is to develop the country. He said that our aim is to brighten the future of India. PM Modi expressed pain over the attitude of the opposition in Parliament and said that due to the defeat in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, the frustration and anger of the opposition has increased.

Referring to the breach in the security of Parliament, PM Modi said that the opposition is directly or indirectly supporting the youth who breached the security. This is unfortunate. It seems that the opposition has decided that they have to stay here and stay behind.

Suspended MPs protest in Parliament premises

Opposition MPs, who were suspended from both houses of Parliament, demonstrated in the Parliament complex on Tuesday. Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, former President Rahul Gandhi, Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar also participated in the protest against the suspended MPs in front of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the Parliament complex. Many opposition MPs were holding placards with ‘Democracy under siege’ and some other slogans written on them. They also raised slogans of ‘Home Minister should resign’. Kharge said, “We only want the Home Minister to come to the House and give a statement on the issue of security lapse. I don’t know why he is running away. The Parliament session is going on, but he is giving statements outside the House. This never happens. If the things that have to be said in the House are said outside, it hurts the dignity of the House.

Conspiracy to destroy the democratic system – Digvijay Singh

Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh alleged that the suspension of MPs is a conspiracy to end the democratic system and earlier the assembly was run in a similar manner in Gujarat also. Nationalist Congress Party MP Supriya Sule said, “Dictatorship is going on here, we will fight against it.” On Monday, 78 opposition MPs were suspended in Parliament on charges of contempt of chair and indecent conduct, which is a record in parliamentary history. This is the biggest action ever taken in a single day. On December 13, 33 members from the Lok Sabha and 45 members from the Rajya Sabha were suspended. The total number of opposition MPs suspended from both the Houses since last Thursday has reached 92. (input-agency)

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