Cong to Modi: Govern or quit, why fast?

Cong to Modi: Govern or quit, why fast?

As BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, observed a fast to "expose" the Congress over the issue of disruption of Parliament, Shah accused the opposition of working to obstruct the prime minister's pro-poor and development agenda. Following it, all BJP MPs will observe the fast in their respective constituencies, while Shah will hold a "dharna" (sit-in) in poll-bound Karnataka's Hubli. "With party MPs Savitribai Phoole, Ashok Dohrey, Chhotelal, Yashwant Singh virtually raising a banner of revolt against Chief Minister Yogi Aditynath, Shah had a long discussion with the chief minister at the latter's 5 Kalidas Marg residence to assuage their hurt sentiments".

Senior Congress leaders were aghast that the Opposition was being blamed for the washout of the latest Parliament session, cautioning the government that such falsehood would undermine the credentials of Indian democracy and the people's faith in the political system. Amidst all these protests and 'dharnas, ' West Bengal BJP Women Wing flabbergasted everyone when its members, armed with brooms in their hands, staged a protest outside the State Election Commission office.

"The BJP disrupted Parliament through proxy allies, engineered deafening din and noise and did not permit the no-confidence motions to be deliberated upon or voted", said Surjewala. BJP's media chief Achal Singh Mertia said that the atmosphere of fear and confusion is being spread across the country by the Congress in a planned manner.

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Leaders like Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, MJ Akbar, who are ministers in the Modi government; Najma Heptullah is a governor, apart from Shahnawaz Hussain, minority cell member Asifa Khan, Shazia Ilmi, Ijaz Ilmi who are spokespersons for the party, have remained mum on atrocities against their community.

While BJP workers and leaders went on a sit-down fast across the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi continued his work while on fast.

"The way the Congress vitiated the atmosphere in the Budget Session's second phase and disrupted it, people in a democracy will not forgive it". Mr Shabbir said the BJP was blaming the Congress in order to divert public attention from its failures on all fronts like PNB scam, failed poll promises etc.

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Former chief minister and Maharashtra Congress president Ashok Chavan said that the "drama of fasting will not work anymore" as the people are no longer interested in false promises made by the government.

Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said: "Mr".

PM Modi on Thursday travelled to Tamil Nadu to participate in several events.

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The opposition party said that after his departure from Chennai at 2.25 p.m, he will have lunch on board.

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