Uproar In Both Houses Of Parliament Over CAA & NPR

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Uproar In Both Houses Of Parliament Over CAA & NPR
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Both Houses of Parliament saw uproar on the second day of the budget session.

As soon as the Lok Sabha proceedings started, the opposition parties were up in arms against the firing in Jamia Millia Islamia and Shaheen Bagh area and shouted slogans, “stop shooting, stop breaking the country”. When Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur started his speech in the Lok Sabha, MPs from several parties, including Congress, Trinamool, CPI (M) and RJD, opposed him by raising slogans.

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When opposition parties tried to corner the government on CAA and NPR, Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi raised the issue of the police crackdown on Jamia students on December 15. He said that daughters were killed in Jamia, but the government has no shame. "The government is persecuting the students," he said.

Apart from this, BJP leaders who had given provocative speeches also had to face criticism from the Opposition.

Anurag Thakur had earlier raised provocative slogans at a rally in Delhi last week. After this, the Election Commission took action on him. Despite this, he again made objectionable statements today after coming out of the Parliament.

Apart from counterattacking on provocative speeches by BJP leaders, the Opposition also cornered the government on the issue of CAA and NPR. Slogans of ‘Save Democracy’ and ‘Save Constitution’ were also raised.