Manipur Violence / When PM Modi asked Sonia Gandhi about her condition, she said - I am fine but Manipur...

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jul 20, 2023, 03:25 PM
Manipur Violence: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday inquired about the health of former Congress President Sonia Gandhi on the first day of the monsoon session of Parliament. When PM Modi asked about the health of Sonia Gandhi at the beginning of the session, then he questioned the PM only on Manipur. The former Congress President said that 'My condition is fine, Manipur is not fine. I am concerned about the women of Manipur and this should be discussed in the House.

Regarding this conversation between PM and Sonia Gandhi, Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary told that it was a customary meeting. On the first day of the session, the PM inquires about the condition of all the MPs. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary told that Sonia Gandhi appealed to the Prime Minister to discuss Manipur in the House. Said that, 'I think the PM did not expect such a question from him.' According to Congress MP Chaudhary, 'PM Modi was surprised by this and said okay, I will see.' Before the Parliament session, PM Modi reacted to the viral video of Kuki women walking naked. He said that the culprits will not be spared.

Opposition is demanding discussion on Manipur violence

The opposition was constantly demanding a discussion on the Manipur violence. Today there was an uproar in the House regarding this. Opposition MPs raised slogans against the government. The Congress MP said that when we ask him about Manipur, he starts talking about Rajasthan. Sonia Gandhi released a video on the Manipur violence and asked questions to the central government. In a video message last month, he appealed for peace in violence-hit Manipur. At the same time, he had said that the unprecedented violence has destroyed the lives of the people of the state, which has left a deep wound on the conscience of the country.

Uproar of opposition MPs, said – issue PM statement

There was a lot of uproar in the Parliament today, demanding a discussion on the Manipur violence. Opposition MPs appealed for a discussion on the violence. RJD MP Manoj Jha said that if the government does not wake up even after the remarks of the Chief Justice, it means that they know the benefits of sleeping. Congress Rajya Sabha MP Jairam Ramesh said that the I.N.D.I.A (opposition alliance) had given an adjournment notice in the House to discuss the violence. He demanded the Prime Minister to issue a statement, which could be discussed in the Lok Sabha-Rajya Sabha.