Monsoon session of Parliament: Om Birla was angry over rioters during Modi’s speech.

Monsoon session of Parliament: Om Birla was angry over rioters during Modi's speech.

The monsoon session of Parliament has started from today and the first day saw a riot of opposition.

Om Birla angry over rioters during Modi’s speech.

The monsoon session of Parliament has begun and on the first day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech, the opposition rioted.

The monsoon session of Parliament has started from today and the first day has seen a riot of opposition. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi stood to introduce the new members of the cabinet, the opposition made a fuss. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also targeted the opposition, saying some people were not happy with the opportunity given to women, OBCs and children of farmers to become ministers. Om Birla expressed outrage at the protests.

He lashed out at Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla after the protests, saying it was not in keeping with the tradition of Parliament. Good traditions are being broken. He told the opposition that this was not the right thing to do in the parliament of the largest democracy. While Om Birla was proposing condolences for the deceased leaders, he was outraged as the opposition was making a fuss.

“I thought there would be excitement in Parliament with so many women, Dalit, tribal ministers. At this time, colleagues from agriculture, rural and OBC communities have been given a place in the cabinet. But some people are not happy about giving women, OBCs and children of farmers a chance to become ministers. As a result, they are not allowing him to be identified, ”said Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

if you want to become a bahubali, you have to get vaccinated.

He lashed out at Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla after the protests, saying it was not in keeping with the tradition of Parliament. Good traditions are being broken. He told the opposition that this was not the right thing to do in the parliament of the largest democracy.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with the media before the convention began. Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to all of us to come together in the fight against Corona. This time, he appealed for vaccination, saying that as soon as he gets vaccinated, he becomes strong in the fight against corona.

“I hope you all get at least one dose of the vaccine. You still follow Corona’s protocol. The vaccine is given on the arm (arm) and when the vaccine is given on the hand you become a bahubali. In the fight against corona, if you want to become a bahubali, you have to get vaccinated. So far, more than 400 million people have joined the fight against Corona. This work will continue in full swing from now on, ”said Modi.

“Corona has affected the whole world and mankind. Therefore, this epidemic should be discussed in Parliament and this issue should be discussed first. We should also get suggestions from all the members so that we can come up with a new approach to fight covid and work together to overcome the shortcomings.

Monsoon session of Parliament: Om Birla was angry over rioters during Modi's speech.
Monsoon session of Parliament: Om Birla was angry over rioters during Modi’s speech.

I urge all MPs and all parties to present extremely difficult and intense questions in the House. But at the same time, the government should be given time in a disciplined environment to respond. This will give a boost to democracy and also strengthen the people’s faith in democracy, ”said Modi.