lok sabha monsoon session 2020 defense minister rajnath singh statement on india china border issue lac tension | What is the situation on LAC, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will give information in Parliament today

new Delhi: India And China Defense Minister in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday on the situation of LAC amid tension Rajnath Singh Will give information Rajnath Singh will speak at 3 pm. Meanwhile, the opposition’s attack on the Modi government at the center continues.

Opposition angry due to not having question hour
Earlier, the government’s decision to postpone the Question Hour in the Lok Sabha yesterday created widespread outrage among opposition parties on the opening day of the monsoon session on Monday, with MPs stating that the move was an ‘attempt to strangle democracy’. Opposition parties accused the government of using the Kovid-19 epidemic to avoid any form of accountability.

Raising the issue of the Question Hour in the Lok Sabha, Congress Leader of the House Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said, “Canceling the Question Hour is equivalent to preventing MPs from taking matters of national importance.”

He said, ‘Question Hour is recognized as the essence of parliamentary democracy. Not only this, Question Hour can be interpreted as the soul of the House. It gives us (MPs) an opportunity to represent the problem of common people. This is a golden period for us. This is an attempt to strangle democracy.

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Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi said, ‘This is an extraordinary situation. When the assemblies are not ready to hold a meeting even for a day, we are meeting with about 800-850 MPs. There are many ways to question the government, the government is not running away from the discussion. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has suggested that the government can be questioned during zero hour.

India’s position on situation
An official associated with the Central Security Agency said that we are keeping an eye on the latest developments along the India-China and China-Bhutan border. Since the Doklam standoff, the PLA has been aggressively patrolling the Bhutan-China border and military infrastructure and helipads are being built near roads close to the Bhutan border. China claims 318 square kilometers in the western sector of Bhutan and 495 square kilometers in the central sector.

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