Parliament’s Winter Session: INDIA bloc to raise ‘leak’ of ethics panel report against Mahua Moitra

By- Banibrata Datta
Editor Fantacy Tv News Agency

The winter session of Parliament is expected to be stormy, with the Ethics Committee that probed the cash-for-query allegations against Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra slated to lay its report.

Leaders of various opposition parties met at INC President and LoP Rajya Sabha Sh. Mallikarjun kharge ji’s office in New Delhi. We will continue to raise issues of public importance and hold the BJP accountable in Parliament and outside. On Ethics Committee report on TMC MP Mahua Moitra, Congress General Secretary in-charge Communications, Jairam Ramesh says, “…our position is very clear, this is a political conspiracy to harass and target Mahua Moitra, we will oppose any measure that govt will bring to suspend or expel her…we want discussion on Ethics Committee report…we want Mahua Moitra to have an opportunity to respond to the charges that have been hurled at her by various MPs through the media”.

The leaders of the opposition parties decided in the all-party meeting of the INDIA bloc, to raise the matter concerning the alleged leak of the ethics committee report to the media before it was tabled in parliament, ANI quoted sources as saying.

The meeting, which included parliamentary party leaders of the INDIA bloc happened at the office of the Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge, before the commencement of the Winter Session of Parliament on Monday. The leaders within the bloc deliberated their strategy during the parliamentary session.

Opposition parties hone strategy against Centre in morning meet. Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge after the meeting said that they will continue to remain a responsible Opposition.

Congress President and Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge in a meeting with other opposition leaders at his chamber in Parliament House on the first day of the Winter session, in New Delhi.

With the beginning of the winter session of Parliament, several opposition parties met here on Monday to forge a strategy to corner the Narendra Modi-led central government on issues of public interest.

Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge after the meeting said that they will continue to remain a responsible opposition.

“As the Winter Session of the Parliament begins today, the leaders of like-minded political parties deliberated upon the various pressing issues facing the nation,” Kharge said in a post on X.

“As a responsible opposition, will stay the course and continue to make the Modi Government accountable,” Kharge, also the leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha, said.

Leaders of various opposition parties met in the morning in Kharge’s chamber in Parliament House and deliberated on their joint strategy against the government. They also discussed the issues to be raised in both houses during the winter session.