Kiren Rijiju slammed Congress for disrupting Lok Sabha proceedings

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Rijiju’s statement came shortly after the Lok Sabha was adjourned for the day due to uproar by opposition members, including the Congress, on the issue of NEET.

New Delhi. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kiren Rijiju on Friday slammed the Congress for not discussing the motion of thanks to the President’s address in the Lok Sabha and disrupting the proceedings and accused the opposition party of breaking parliamentary traditions. Rijiju’s statement came shortly after the proceedings of the House were adjourned for the day due to uproar by opposition members, including the Congress, on the issue of NEET.

He said, “The government is ready to discuss any issue but the attitude of Congress to stop parliamentary proceedings is not good. I condemn the way Congress is disregarding parliamentary traditions and practices.” Rijiju said that according to parliamentary traditions, the motion of thanks is discussed in the House before any other issue is discussed. He said, “But Congress raised such an issue which is against the dignity of the House. The leader of the Congress party said that the motion of thanks should not be discussed and other issues should be discussed first.”

Rijiju said that Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla had asked the opposition members to raise the issue of NEET in detail during the discussion on the motion of thanks and also said that the government would respond to it. He said, “The government is ready for discussion, but it should be according to the rules. The discussion on the motion of thanks will continue for three days. During the discussion, members can express their views in detail.

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