Union Minister Anurag Thakur has said the Opposition should seek forgiveness from the country and not shed crocodile tears.
Union Minister Anurag Thakur the Opposition should seek forgiveness from the country and not shed crocodile tears.
“People wait for their issues to be raised in Parliament. Whereas anarchy remained the Opposition’s agenda. They didn’t care about people, taxpayers’ money. What happened was condemnable. Instead of shedding crocodile tears, they must apologise to nation,” he said.
Parliamentary Affairs Pralhad Joshi held the Opposition responsible for the deadlock in Parliament. He said, ” It is most unfortunate that from the first day of all-party meeting indications were there that we won’t allow House to run. It was made amply clear by TMC and Congress this session is meant for washout. In spite of that, our senior leaders and myself many times had a talk with them, We requested them to allow the introduction of newly sworn-in ministers even that wasn’t allowed.”
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