Ranchi, September 17, 2023 (PPI-OT): The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-led coalition government in Jharkhand state in India has said that the Modi government fears the unity of the INDIA bloc and wants to pursue some kind of hidden “political agenda” under the pretext of a special Parliament session.
According to Kashmir Media Service, the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-led coalition government in Jharkhand had called a special Assembly session twice last year, but the party has taken strong objection to the special Parliament session convened by the Bharatiya Janata Party-led New Delhi government from September 18 to 22.
Manipur has been burning for the last four months but New Delhi didn’t call a special session. The government is running away from answering the Opposition’s questions, the JMM said.
JMM is one of those parties which has been active in uniting the INDIA bloc right from the beginning. The BJP government fears the unity of the INDIA bloc and wants to pursue some kind of hidden “political agenda” under the pretext of a special Parliament session.
JMM’s Working President Hemant Soren is also an active member of the coordination committee of the INDIA bloc. He has participated in all the meetings held by the opposition alliance so far. It is clear from his political stand that whatever will be the common agenda of the INDIA alliance with regard to the special session of the Parliament, JMM will act accordingly.
Supriyo Bhattacharya, General Secretary and spokesperson of JMM, said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi is jittery about the unity of the opposition parties which is evident from the meetings held by the INDIA bloc. This is the reason he (Modi) has called a five-day special session.”
“Will the legislature in this country be governed by information released on Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp? The government should give due notice of any such decision and the agenda of the session should also be clearly informed to the people of the country so that the opposition parties can also participate in the session with full preparation. So far, it seems that the Centre has some hidden agenda behind calling this session,” he said.
Bhattacharya added, “In which part of the country has disaster struck that a special session of the Parliament had to be called?
Manipur has been burning for the last four months but the government didn’t call a special session. The government is running away from answering the Opposition’s questions.”
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