Now ‘letter war’ will start in Parliament, Congress will bring black paper on 10 years of Modi government’s tenure

By Priyanka Tiwari February 8, 2024 8:42 AM IST

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Congress will bring black paper on 10 years tenure of Modi government

New Delhi: The budget session is the last session of the 17th Lok Sabha before the Lok Sabha elections. The government presented the interim budget on 1 February. After this the discussion started on the President’s address. Responding to this discussion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi fiercely cornered Congress in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. In PM, there was a lot of mockery about the tenure of the country’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Manmohan Singh.

Nirmala Sitharaman will present white paper in Parliament

After this, there is news that Modi government can bring a white paper in the Parliament. This white paper will be on the economic failures of the UPA government. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present this white paper in Parliament. In this, a study of the policies of the UPA government before 2014 and then of the NDA government will be presented. In response to this, the Congress party is preparing to bring a black paper.

According to sources, in response to the ‘white paper’ brought by the Central Government against the 10 years of the UPA government, Congress will bring a black paper on the 10 years of the Modi government. This black paper can be brought by Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge.

The budget session was postponed to 10 February

Earlier, the current budget session of Parliament was extended by one day till February 10. Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla announced this yesterday. As soon as the proceedings started in the Upper House in the morning, Dhankhar said that this issue was discussed in the meeting of the Business Advisory Committee held on Tuesday. During this, leaders of all parties agreed to extend the Rajya Sabha meeting till 10 February. However, there will be neither zero hour nor question hour during this period. Only some important government work will be completed on this day.

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