Winter session of Parliament: Lakhimpur Kheri’s shadow will fall in the winter session, the opposition will also besiege issues such as the inflation of the Rafale agreement


Amar Ujala Bureau, New Delhi.

Published by: Yogesh sahu
Updated Wed, Nov 10, 2021 05:35 AM IST

Summary

The main opposition agenda during the session will be the ongoing farmers’ movement against farm laws. In Lakhimpur Kheri, the issue has gained momentum after the son of the Minister of State for Household Ajay Mishra Teni and his supporters allegedly rammed a car into the farmer agitators.

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The Lakhimpur Kheri incident related to Uttar Pradesh will remain in the shadow of the winter session of Parliament from the end of November. The opposition is making a strategy to surround the government especially in this matter. Apart from this, there will be a political war between the government and the opposition on the issue as new revelations in the Rafale agreement, inflation. Before the session, Congress and TMC will launch a campaign to unite the opposition to attack the government.

The winter session of Parliament comes at a time when important assembly elections will be held in five states, including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Goa, after a few months. The war of words between the BJP and the opposition is at its peak on this matter. The BJP and the NCP are at odds after the Mumbai Cruise Drug Party and the arrest of actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, in this case.

The main agenda of the opposition Kisan Andolan
The main opposition agenda during the session will be the ongoing farmers’ movement against farm laws. In Lakhimpur Kheri, the issue has gained momentum after the son of the Minister of State for Household Ajay Mishra Teni and his supporters allegedly rammed a car into the farmer agitators. The opposition is seeing this as a golden opportunity to surround the government.

trying to unite the opposition
Before the session, Congress and TMC will try to unite the opposition. According to TMC sources, Mamata Banerjee will contact opposition leaders a week before the start of the session. Congress will also try to do the same. Congress is trying to attack the government in the Rafale case. The BJP says that the commission was given during the UPA government, while Congress says why the Modi government did not investigate it.

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The Lakhimpur Kheri incident related to Uttar Pradesh will remain in the shadow of the winter session of Parliament from the end of November. The opposition is making a strategy to surround the government especially in this matter. Apart from this, there will be a political war between the government and the opposition on the issue as new revelations in the Rafale agreement, inflation. Before the session, Congress and TMC will launch a campaign to unite the opposition to attack the government.

The winter session of Parliament comes at a time when important assembly elections will be held in five states, including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Goa, after a few months. The war of words between the BJP and the opposition is at its peak on this matter. The BJP and the NCP are at odds after the Mumbai Cruise Drug Party and the arrest of actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, in this case.

The main agenda of the opposition Kisan Andolan

The main opposition agenda during the session will be the ongoing farmers’ movement against farm laws. In Lakhimpur Kheri, the issue has gained momentum after the son of the Minister of State for Household Ajay Mishra Teni and his supporters allegedly rammed a car into the farmer agitators. The opposition is seeing this as a golden opportunity to surround the government.

trying to unite the opposition

Before the session, Congress and TMC will try to unite the opposition. According to TMC sources, Mamata Banerjee will contact opposition leaders a week before the start of the session. Congress will also try to do so. Congress is trying to attack the government in the Rafale case. The BJP says that the commission was given during the UPA government, while Congress says why the Modi government did not investigate it.


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