Modi government’s tension will increase, opposition will raise the issue of NEET in both houses of Parliament, made a special plan

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During the debate on President Draupadi Murmu’s address, the opposition will raise issues on NEET, inflation, unemployment, CBI, ED and alleged misuse of governor’s office. Opposition members will gather at the Gandhi statue in the Parliament complex on Friday.

The opposition India Alliance on Thursday said it will move an adjournment motion on the NEET controversy in both Houses of Parliament on Friday. The decision was taken at a meeting of India Alliance parties at the residence of Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge. During the debate on President Draupadi Murmu’s address, the opposition will raise issues on NEET, inflation, unemployment, CBI, ED and alleged misuse of governor’s office. Opposition members will gather at the Gandhi statue in the Parliament complex on Friday.

After the meeting, Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh said that many issues were discussed in the meeting today. All issues will be debated in Parliament whether it is the President’s address or the Speaker’s election. DMK MP T Shiva told ANI, “We will give notice (in Parliament) on the NEET issue tomorrow.” Rashtriya Loktantrik Party president Hanuman Beniwal said that the opposition is united and will raise the issues of NEET, Agniveer, inflation and unemployment and MSP in Parliament. India Block leaders also decided to participate in the debate on the motion of thanks on the President’s address from Monday.

After President Draupadi Murmu’s address to the joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament, a copy of her address was laid on the table of the Lok Sabha on Thursday and then the House proceedings were adjourned till 11 am on Friday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced the members of his Council of Ministers in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday. Prime Minister Modi first mentioned the names of Cabinet Ministers, then Ministers of State (Independent Charge) and then Ministers of State and their respective departments. Prime Minister Modi and the members of his Council of Ministers took the oath of office and secrecy on June 9.

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