Trinamool Congress' Derek O'Brien demands PM Modi to participate in House proceedings
Trinamool Congress' Derek O'Brien demands PM Modi to participate in House proceedings

New Delhi: The monsoon session of Parliament is about to end. Trinamool Congress's Derek O'Brien today demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi attend the proceedings of the House. Let me tell all of you that there is a controversy in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha over the Pegasus spyware controversy. O'Brien tweeted a three-minute video of him pushing various opposition parties in Parliament titled "Mr. Modi, come listen to us."



Let us also tell all of you that the Prime Minister has once appeared in Parliament to address the Inaugural Address of the Session and introduce new Ministers. The proceedings were disrupted and PM Modi was angry. In fact, a day after a global media association reported illegal use of spyware in several countries, the monsoon session was disrupted from July 19. The same stalemate continues even today. In this case, it is alleged that in India, spyware has been used against leaders of political parties, journalists, bureaucrats, court officials, a former election commissioner, and others.

On the other hand, a news portal has claimed that India has about 300 marks on the list. However, the government has categorically denied it. Recently, Mallikarjun Kharge of the Congress said in a statement, "We are demanding a discussion in the last 14 days. You are not allowing it. Now, you are passing that Bill. If you have the courage, start discussing in the sun.''

On the other hand, Vandana Chavan of Sharad Pawar's NCP said, "This government is unnecessarily spying on people, bringing companies like Pegasus and not listening to the people. It is a shame.'' Manoj Jha of RJD says, "Pegasus has reached everyone's house. We have to discuss it.'' Sushil Kumar Gupta of the Aam Aadmi party says, ''A Dalit girl has been raped and burnt in Delhi, but the government is not even talking about it."

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