Amit Shah writes to leaders of Oppn in both houses for discussion on Manipur issue

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said in the Lok Sabha that he has written letters to leaders of Opposition of both the Houses, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, that the government was ready for discussion on the Manipur issue.

“I have written to leaders of Opposition of both the Houses that I am ready to discuss the Manipur situation in detail. It is my request to the opposition to create a favourable environment in the house for a discussion on this very sensitive issue,” said Shah.

He accused the opposition of not having any interest in welfare of women issues so it was very obvious to raise the slogans. “I have requested opposition to create a favourable atmosphere in the House for a discussion on this very sensitive issue. I am ready for any length of discussion. The government has no fear, whoever wants to discuss Manipur can discuss it,” the Minister said.

The opposition has constantly demanded for discussion over Manipur situation in Parliament and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on this issue in the House.

Amid uproar by opposition on the fourth day of the monsoon session of Parliament over Manipur issue, Lok Sabha was adjourned till 11 am on Wednesday.

Today, the proceedings of the house began amid pandemonium over the Manipur issue as the opposition demanded a detailed discussion.

Several opposition MPs raised slogans in the house on the issue and demanded a statement from Modi.

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