BJP to Hit Out at Congress Over Uttarakhand Crisis

The Congress has said that it would want a discussion on the issue despite BJP’s claim that the matter is sub-judice.

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Uttarakhand CM Harish Rawat.(Photo:PTI)

Opposition parties are planning to corner the government over issues, including the imposition of President’s rule in Uttarakhand in the second half of the Budget Session, reports The Asian Age.

The government’s floor managers have decided hit back at the Congress on the Uttarakhand issue by citing specific cases of the use of Article 356 by successive governments in the past. The Congress has made it clear that it would seek a discussion on the contentious issue despite the government’s claim that the matter, being sub-judice, cannot be deliberated upon.

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