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Opposition Sets Riders To Smooth Session, Says Restrain Ministers

Azad said on Tuesday that the atmosphere in the country has been vitiated since BJP came to power.

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The escalating row over the JNU issue today found an echo at a meeting of political parties called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Opposition leaders speaking against the sedition case slapped on the arrested student leader and government asserting that slogans raised by students were “highly objectionable”.

The government said it is open to debating the JNU row in Parliament during the upcoming Budget Session starting February 23 with Modi saying that it will address the concerns raised by the opposition.

Azad told the media that the atmosphere in the country has been vitiated since the BJP came to power and its government has taken no action against people responsible for it.

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