PM Modi chairs high-level meet
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for a high-level meeting in Parliament and Home Minister Amit Shah, Commerce and Railway Minis...
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for a high-level meeting in Parliament and Home Minister Amit Shah, Commerce and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar are also said to be present in the meeting.
It is said that the meeting comes in view of the ruckus in Parliament since the Parliamentary session began on January 29. The Opposition resorted to slogans against the government at a high pitch, disturbing the proceedings of the Parliament sessions.
Slogans of "Dadagiri Nahi Chalegi" among others were chanted by the Opposition in the Lok Sabha during the Question Hour with little scope for discussions to continue, while Speaker Om Birla persistently requesting the Opposition MPs to cooperate.
The deadlock between farmers' unions and the Centre continues as the former has rejected the proposal of government for staying the farm laws for 1.5 years while remaining adamant on the demand of complete repeal of the laws.