Monsoon session News
The monsoon session of the UP Vidhan Sabha has started from today. Akhilesh Yadav decided to take out a foot march till the assembly. This padyatra was stopped by the police. So, before the start of the monsoon session, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while addressing the media, targeted Akhilesh Yadav and said that there is no place for anarchy in the state. The government is working for the public interest.
The monsoon session of the UP Vidhan Sabha has started from today. Meanwhile, Akhilesh Yadav has taken a decision to surround the Yogi government by taking out a foot march till the assembly. During this, Akhilesh Yadav has targeted the Yogi government and said that the government is continuously increasing the inflation.
West Bengal BJP MPs on Monday protested against West Bengal CM over the alleged involvement of Partha Chatterjee in SSC the scam The ED arrested Partha Chatterjee, who was also the Trinamool Congress secretary-general, on July 23 Heaps of cash and kilos of gold were seized from his aide Arpita Mukherjee`s homes in Kolkata
Admitting his mistake on the controversial statement, Congress leader Adhir Ranjan said that I agree that I have made a mistake but he refused to apologize. In the midst of the uproar, Sonia Gandhi reacted by saying that Adhir had apologized. Let us tell you, Adhir Ranjan had given a controversial statement about President Draupadi Murmu.
Leaders of several opposition parties on Tuesday wrote to President Droupadi Murmu They alleged the "intensifying misuse" of probe agencies by the Modi government against its political opponents The letter to Murmu comes on a day Congress chief Sonia Gandhi is being questioned for the second time by the Enforcement Directorate
4 Congress members were suspended from Lok Sabha for the rest of the Monsoon Session Congress' deputy leader in Lok Sabha said that the MPs were holding placards raising the issues of rising prices of gas cylinder, etc Earlier, on Sunday, Congress MP Manish Tewari had spoken about the repeated adjournments in Parliament