Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sidharth Nath Singh on Tuesday alleged that the Congress was attempting to harm India with its intention to disrupt the proceedings in the upcoming Winter Session of Parliament.
“They (Congress) had in the past created an obstruction, a manufactured obstruction, on issues which have harmed India. And certainly they continue doing that. Congress should learn that there is no point in harming India,” he said.
Singh said India needs to move on and added that the BJP is committed to take the nation forward despite Congress’ obstruction in the Parliament.
“Certainly the people of this country will judge who is harming India and who is delivering for India. So, we leave it to the people of India. And Congress will be questioned for their behaviour in the Parliament,” he added.
With the last session a virtual washout, the government is keen to take up important legislations to be passed in the Winter Session which is scheduled to be from November 26 to December 23.
The Winter Session will take place in the backdrop of BJP’s crushing defeat in Bihar, which has further emboldened the Opposition. The Opposition is likely to corner the government over the ‘rising intolerance in the country’ during the Winter Session.