The Lok Sabha was remained disrupted on Tuesday as the Congress moved an adjournment motion in the house, trying to highlight the government formation in Goa and Manipur.
The Lok Sabha was remained disrupted on Tuesday as the Congress moved an adjournment motion in the house, trying to highlight the government formation in Goa and Manipur. The Congress accused the BJP of acting against the law and attempting to form governments in states where Congress was the largest party. It must be noted that former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was appointed the CM of Goa and is to take the oath on Tuesday. The INC, however, has moved to the SC against the decision. In the Lok Sabha, today, Congress MPs staged a walkout while Ripun Bora accused the BJP of hijacking 5-6 Congress MLAs and taking them to Guwahati. He said that the BJP had been involved in horse trading. The session of the parliament is expected to finally pass the Goods and Sevice Tax bill passed.
12:56 PM: The BJP has writtent o the governor to form a government and it is his decision now: BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad
12:53 PM: Congress needs to introspect and realise that they have been wiped out of the nation: BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad
12:44 PM: Democracy taken by money power: Congress VP Rahul Gandhi
12:42 PM: Manohar Parrikar is CM of Goa for two days, if BJP can’t show majority they won’t be allowed to form a government:Abhishek Manu Singhvi
12:34 PM: There was no horse-trading in Goa,had discussion with non-BJP MLAs they had some conditions; support was unanimous: Union Min Nitin Gadkari
12:34 PM: Congress was not able to choose a leader due to their internal tussle and they are blaming us for it: Union Min Nitin Gadkari
12: 09 PM: Single largest party must be called to form govt, Governor has to act under constitution: Digvijay Singh, Cong
12:00 PM: Despite having 17 seats couldn’t form govt,our decision making was slow. There were lapses in decision making: Vishwajit Rane, Cong MLA
11:45 PM: BJP is doing horse-trading in Manipur, they are murdering democracy all over the country: Ripun Bora, Congress MP