Disruptions in Parliament: PM Narendra Modi to observe fast tomorrow

PM Modi and Amit Shah to observe fast with party MPs on April 12 over Parliament disruptions

PM Modi and Amit Shah to observe fast with party MPs on April 12 over Parliament disruptions

The parliament could barely work for an hour on each working day.

Modi and BJP's move is a protest over disruptions during the budget sessions in the Parliament by the opposition parties, especially Congress.

In a press statement, the BJP has said Modi will hold a day-long fast "to expose the Congress for its undemocratic style of functioning & pursuing divisive politics & anti-development agenda".

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In a bid to embarrass the opposition party some more, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that he will be joining the other BJP legislatives in a day-long fast April 12 to protest the recent washout of the Budget session of Parliament. He said that it is a way to communicate to the entire country that the BJP is aware of the suffering imposed on them by the logjam in the Parliament. Almost 250 Parliament hours were wasted due to the disruptions, at an expense of Rs 9 crore per day.

This reduced the overall productivity of the session to 23 percent in the Lok Sabha and 28 percent in the Rajya Sabha.

"They have disrespected and denigrated the highest temple of democracy. So, the Prime Minister should publicly say he is sorry and that's why he is holding this fast to tender an apology to various sections of India's population". The fast should be to seek an apology from the children whose lives have been jeopardised due to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Staff Selection Commission (SSC) scams. While observing the fast, PTI reports sources as saying that PM Modi will not disturb his daily official routine of meeting people and officials and clearing files. Talking about the Rafale Deal Surjewal blamed the centre government for compromising with the national security.

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