India / Congress Is In Favour Of Caste Census It Is Necessary To It Get Done Says Jairam Ramesh

Zoom News : Dec 03, 2022, 07:25 PM
Congress On Caste Census: The winter session of Parliament is going to start from Wednesday. Congress has made its strategy regarding this. The party has decided that it will not disrupt the Parliament session. In this regard, Jairam Ramesh said that the Congress will mainly raise three issues in the winter session of Parliament. There has been a discussion in the party regarding this.

Jairam Ramesh said at a media briefing that in the winter session beginning on Wednesday, the Congress will focus mainly on the India-China border dispute, interference in the functioning of constitutional and independent institutions in the country and the Narendra Modi-led central government on the issues of price rise. Will try to surround

He told that in the meeting held on Saturday, December 3, 2022, along with the issue of unemployment, MSP guarantee for farmers, price rise, inflation, cyber crime, tension between judiciary and center, weakening of rupee, low exports in North India And other issues including air pollution were discussed.

Congress on caste census

Congress national general secretary and media in-charge Jairam Ramesh has said that the Congress party is in favor of caste census and it is necessary to get it done. Along with this, he also said that the EWS reservation was also discussed, since three judges of the Supreme Court have agreed on its amendment and two have raised questions on it, then the Congress will consider it and debate on it in the Parliament. Would like to

winter session of parliament

In fact, in view of the assembly elections being held in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, the start of the winter session of Parliament is being delayed. This time this session will be held in the old Parliament only. Earlier sources were quoted as saying that this time Congress leaders including former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Jairam Ramesh and Digvijay Singh may stay away from the winter session due to Bharat Jodo Yatra, but now Congress has made it clear that She will not interrupt this session.