There has been an uproar regarding the inauguration of the new Parliament building. The opposition is upset as to why PM Narendra Modi is inaugurating the new Parliament, it should be inaugurated by the President. Meanwhile, the opposition has also released its joint statement. The opposition took a collective decision that when the soul of democracy has been sucked out of the Parliament, we do not find any value in the new building. Let us inform that a total of 19 opposition parties are involved in this mass boycott. All these opposition parties will not attend the inauguration ceremony of the new parliament on 28 May.
Opposition accuses PM Modi
According to media reports, the opposition is besieging the BJP over the inauguration of the new parliament. Opposing this, many different parties have taunted the BJP and made many allegations against PM Narendra Modi. However, many parties were also confused whether to attend the ceremony or not, but now the opposition has made it clear by making a collective announcement that they will not attend the ceremony.
Politics at its place – Amit Shah
Regarding this, the Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said directly in response to a question that we have called everyone, who wants to come, they come, if they don’t want to come, they don’t come. Shah said that the new parliament should not be mixed with politics. Politics goes on in its place, everyone reacts and works according to their own ability to think.
Opposition should reconsider – Prahlad Joshi
Apart from this, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi said that opposition parties should reconsider the boycott of the inauguration of the new parliament, opposing the inauguration of the new parliament. May 28 is a historic day for the country. I appeal to the opposition parties to reconsider the boycott of the inauguration of the new Parliament.
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