The budget session of Parliament continues amid the Corona epidemic. The proceedings of the Rajya Sabha were postponed till 8 March on Friday, due to which the Lok Sabha proceedings began on Saturday from 10 am. First,Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman answered the questions of opposition parties regarding the budget. After this, Home Minister Amit Shah spoke before the House on many issues. At the same time,he fiercely targeted Congress on Article 370.
Amit Shah said, ” we were asked what happened to the promises made during the repeal of Article 370? It has been 17 months since this article was repealed, and now you are seeking account for it? Did you calculate the last 70 years? “
According to Shah, if the Congress had done its job properly then today it would not need to ask them. He further said, “I have no objection, I will give account of everything, but those whose many generations had the opportunity to rule should see whether they are fit to ask for answers or not.”
Attacking on Manish Tiwari, Shah said, “the Congress should remember the days when thousands of people were killed, curfew imposed. Adjust the position based on that data. Peace is a big thing in Kashmir. I do not want to remember the days of unrest. Now Kashmir will not have to see those days because it is our government. “
He said, “those who had fought elections on the basis of bringing Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, they have become clear,even our rivals cannot say that violence or disturbances happened in Kashmir during the DDC elections. In the panchayat elections too, there was 51 percent votes, which is a big thing.”