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Opposition Calls Govt’s Invite To Resolve Ongoing Deadlock A Conspiracy To Divide Opposition

Opposition Rajya Sabha leader Mallikarjun Kharge has accused the centre for deliberately calling only a few parties to resolve the ongoing deadlock in the parliament over the suspension of 12 Opposition Rajya Sabha MPs. He said the government is trying to “divide the Opposition” by doing so.

“The Government is conspiring to divide the Opposition but the parties are united on the issue. It should call an all-party meeting,” he said.

The Congress leader was responding to Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi’s call out to a meeting of Opposition parties, whose MPs were suspended from the Winter Session of Parliament last month over their previous behaviour in Parliament.

The parties which have been called for the meeting by the Minister include Congress, Shiv Sena, Trinamool Congress, Communist Party of India-Marxist and the Communist Party if India.

Meanwhile, Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu had recommended both the parties to resolve the issue as the Parliament was unable to function properly this week.

Demanding an apology from the the leaders who were suspended, leader of the House Piyush Goyal said, even after misbehaving with the female marshals and attacking marshals, the Opposition leaders had no guilt.

“The government is ready to consider their request provided they apologise,” he said. Replying to this Mr Kharge said, “We have been repeatedly telling you that the crime which we have not committed is being put on us,” and alleged the government for misleading the House over the incident.

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