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Parliament session set for washout

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI, Aug 26 � The remaining part of the Monsoon Session of Parliament looks set for a washout with BJP adamant on resignation of the Prime Minister, though it stands isolated among opposition parties, many of whom favour a debate instead of disruption, reports PTI.

Within NDA too, crucial constituent JD-U is uneasy with BJP�s stiff stand due to which Parliament has already lost one full week.

BJP sources said the party will not give up its stand on seeking Manmohan Singh�s resignation and will not allow Parliament to function even if it has to stand alone.

The party has convened a meeting of its leaders tomorrow to chalk out further strategy.

Earlier, an NDA meeting was planned for tomorrow but since BJP sensed that all allies were not on board it did not go ahead with the proposed meeting.

Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj also sought to rope in support of other opposition parties including the Left on its demand for Singh�s resignation and disruption of Parliament but failed.

Confirming this, CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta criticised the BJP for its stiff stand and for stalling Parliament and said it was �unfortunate� as it �undermined� Parliamentary democracy and weakened the national unity against corruption.

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Parliament session set for washout

NEW DELHI, Aug 26 � The remaining part of the Monsoon Session of Parliament looks set for a washout with BJP adamant on resignation of the Prime Minister, though it stands isolated among opposition parties, many of whom favour a debate instead of disruption, reports PTI.

Within NDA too, crucial constituent JD-U is uneasy with BJP�s stiff stand due to which Parliament has already lost one full week.

BJP sources said the party will not give up its stand on seeking Manmohan Singh�s resignation and will not allow Parliament to function even if it has to stand alone.

The party has convened a meeting of its leaders tomorrow to chalk out further strategy.

Earlier, an NDA meeting was planned for tomorrow but since BJP sensed that all allies were not on board it did not go ahead with the proposed meeting.

Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj also sought to rope in support of other opposition parties including the Left on its demand for Singh�s resignation and disruption of Parliament but failed.

Confirming this, CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta criticised the BJP for its stiff stand and for stalling Parliament and said it was �unfortunate� as it �undermined� Parliamentary democracy and weakened the national unity against corruption.

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