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in assist of the Centre’s transfer to drop Question Hour from the upcoming of Parliament, and stated the choice was taken resulting from an “emergency situation” attributable to the pandemic, which everybody wants to know.


Talking to reporters, chief Sanjay Raut stated that different platforms to query the federal government are at all times out there.


According to the notifications issued by the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha secretariats, there will probably be no Question Hour and personal members’ payments won’t be taken up within the monsoon session, whereas the Zero Hour will probably be restricted.


“Even although the of won’t have a Question Hour, it is very important perceive why it’s so,” Raut stated.


“This is an emergency situation. We need to understand and not criticise,” he stated, including that even in Maharashtra the of the state meeting will probably be held for 2 days solely.


Several opposition events have criticised the transfer to exclude Question hour during the monsoon session, with some leaders accusing the Modi authorities of making an attempt to “murder the democracy” within the identify of the COVID-19 pandemic and of lowering “to a discover board”.


Replying to a query, Raut stated that Army chief M M Naravane dashing off to Ladakh reveals that the China-India stand-off was critical.


“Even External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had tweeted the situation was worse than 1962,” he stated.


The Army chief started his two-day go to to Ladakh on Thursday to hold out a complete evaluation of the safety scenario within the area in view of China’s recent makes an attempt to vary established order alongside the southern financial institution of Pangong lake.


Raut criticised the opposition’s demand to reopen locations of worship in Maharashtra amid the pandemic and made it clear that the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities will take applicable resolution on the proper time.


“The opposition leaders should not play with peoples’ lives. The state government is of the view that this is not the right time to reopen places of worship. The opposition leaders should understand the thought behind the decision and support the government,” the Sena MP stated.


“Yesterday, the coronavirus numbers in Maharashtra were more than 15,000. The opposition should have patience and think about people’s health and well-being first,” he added.


“Unlike the Centre, the MVA government doesn’t think that COVID-19 is act of God. The state government believes it will have to fight the pandemic on its own,” Raut stated.


Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had just lately stated that the financial system has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, which is an ‘act of God’.


Raut lambasted Aurangabad MP Imtiaz Jaleel for public agitations looking for reopening of the locations of worship.


“His (Jaleel’s) Lok Sabha win was an accident due to a three-cornered fight. Next time, such an accident will not happen,” he stated.


“Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is not happy about the closure of temples and other places of worship. But for the government, people’s health is the priority,” Raut added.


When requested in regards to the criticism of the state authorities effecting transfers amid the pandemic, Raut requested, “Is there a rule that a new government shouldn’t effect bureaucratic transfers?”






On the criticism that Uddhav Thackeray was working from house during the pandemic, he stated, “Narendra Modi and Thackeray function in a similar manner. Even Modi is working from Delhi. Why should the chief minister break the safety protocol? When a chief minister travels, there is crowd.”

“From where he should work is entirely his call,” Raut added.


“State BJP leaders should dare to ask Modi to move out of Delhi and travel in the country,” he stated.

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