Priority should be given to passage of Union Budget: Arjun Ram Meghwal

Ghughuti Bulletin

NEW DELHI: With opposition leaders sending notices in Parliament demanding
discussion on the communal
riots in northeast Delhi, Union
minister Arjun Ram Meghwal on Sunday said the priority should be given to the Union Budget as it is a constitutional responsibility.

However, the Parliamentary affairs minister said the opposition should not politicise the violence and rather deliberate upon how it can be stopped from happening again.

“We are ready for discussion on any issue as per the rules of the house and provided the speaker gives permission for it.

“But first we all should ensure the passage of the budget which is constitutional responsibility for all of us,” Meghwal told PTI.

Opposition parties, including the Congress,
Communist Party of India ,
Trinamool Congress, are set to raise the issue of the northeast Delhi communal riots during the second part of the Budget session in Parliament starting on Monday and demand home minister
Amit Shah‘s resignation over alleged police lapses.

The Budget session of Parliament commenced on January 31 and continued till February 11.

After a break, it will again start on March 2 and continue till April 3.

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