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"Modi sahib never wants to answer questions": Congress MP Manickam Tagore on special session of Parliament

New Delhi: Congress Member of Parliament Manickam Tagore has targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over missing ‘Question hour’ in the special session of the Parliament which will be held from September 18 to 22.

Congress MP took to X and said “Modi sahib never wants to answer questions. In nine years, no question he had answered in parliament. He never answered any questions from the media. Now in the special session of the Parliament called, there is no Question Hour. Parliament can’t be cheerleaders only.”
Tagore also shared an image of the Lok Sabha bulletin and highlighted the Question Hour part which said “There will be no question hour during the thirteenth session of the seventeenth Lok Sabha.”

https://twitter.com/manickamtagore/status/1698180266030698669?t=K20EngyMp0ofiDUeQA11QA&s=08

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi on Thursday informed about the five-day special session of Parliament from September 18 to 22. The agenda for this special session, however, was not revealed.

Shiv Sena (UBT) leader, Sanjay Raut also took a potshot at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the alleged Chinese intrusion in Ladakh and said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should discuss China in the special session of the parliament without any fear.
Taking to 'X' (formerly known as Twitter), Raut said, "It has been learned that PM Modi has called for a special session of the parliament in the 'Amrit Kaal' to discuss China's occupation of India's land and the publication of the map of the newly occupied part".

"Discuss China in the special session without any fear. We will support the government in this discussion", Raut added.
The monsoon session of parliament, which concluded last month, was held in the old Parliament building.
The announcement of the special session came as a surprise in political circles with the parties gearing up for assembly polls in five states later this year.
The winter session of Parliament usually begins in the last week of November.

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