Doubt on running parliament sessions smoothly
This India news posted by 04 February, 2014on
Central government conducted all parties meeting before starting the parliament sessions, however opposition party leader Sushma Swaraj said that there is doubt on running the parliament sessions smoothly, as some of the MPs may disrupt the session on Telangana matter.
Sushma also said Andhra Pradesh chief minister himself objecting the Telangana bill and even congress party MPs are against Telangana Bill too, sure that they will disrupt the parliament sessions. She confirmed that they will support the bill, if session gone in smooth manner.
However all parties are clearly said as we do not accept the suspension of MPs for the current parliament session.
Where as Samajwadi Party clearly said they will support only budget bill, but not any other bills.
Mean while union minister Kamal Nath said as our main agenda is to pass the anti-corruption bill and Telangana bill also.
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