The dilemma of playing with the ‘hunting AITC’ in Congress’s Parliament session

In the winter session of Parliament, Congress MPs will demand a legal framework for Minimum Support Price for crops over the Lakhimpur incident and will press for the resignation of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra. Congress leaders, however, said after the Congress Committee on Parliamentary Affairs meeting at Sonia Gandhi’s residence on Thursday that the party would not force the session to be cancelled. Congress members will also participate in the process and discussion when the government brings a bill to repeal agricultural laws.

As is customary, the Congress Committee authorized Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge to reach out to leaders of other opposition parties to maximize floor coordination on common issues during the session beginning Monday. “We will fight on the issue of agricultural laws. We have prepared a list of 15-16 issues on which we can reach an agreement and fight unitedly in Parliament against the BJP,” Kharge told media persons.

Congress leaders are angered by the AITC’s continuing poaching of its leaders and MLAs, but are also aware that as the main opposition, the Congress will have to retain the lead role of the playwright. Congress RS deputy leader Anand Sharma said, “As the principal opposition, the Congress party recognizes our responsibility and duty to take the initiative to reach out and coordinate with other opposition parties to rally unitedly against the wrong policies and laws of the government. Yes. We will do that.” said.

AICC spokespersons and party leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury vented the party’s anger over AITC’s ‘retail and wholesale’ hunting of Congress leaders and MLAs, while the Congress leadership, as well as other opposition parties, recognized its limitations. AITC’s non-cooperation could lead to the emergence of an opposition faction led by it, further weakening the Congress’ reach. Many feel that AITC chief Mamata Banerjee will no longer allow her MPs to be backers of the Congress, but to keep an eye on the upcoming elections in Punjab and UP, perhaps in coordination with AAP and SP MPs, to steal the show. Will give

Chowdhury likely criticized Banerjee’s Meghalaya campaign ahead of the meeting. He said, “This conspiracy to break the Congress is happening not only in Meghalaya, but in the entire Northeast. I challenge CM Mamata Banerjee to hold the AITC elections before formally welcoming her in her party.” Select them at the icon.” On Banerjee not meeting Gandhi, he said, “Modi will be angry if she meets Sonia Gandhi now. Her actions changed soon after the ED summoned her nephew.”


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