Politics Of Opposition Parties Directionless: Javadekar
Millennium Post Delhi|September 25, 2020
Politics Of Opposition Parties Directionless: Javadekar
Adds that the Opposition had 300 days to meet President or protest elsewhere but they chose to boycott Parliament & protest outside

NEW DELHI: The ruling BJP on Thursday termed the Opposition’s politics “directionless” as it took a dig at its rivals for complaining to President Ram Nath Kovind over the passage of some key Bills while “abdicating” the right to speak in Parliament.

Senior party leader and Union minister Prakash Javadekar took a swipe at the Opposition parties, saying they boycotted Parliament when “revolutionary” labour Bills were being debated and did not follow the Chair’s direction to return to their seats for the division of votes in Rajya Sabha during the passage of two farm Bills.

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September 25, 2020