Trinamool 'disinterested' to coordinate with Congress in winter session, likely to skip November 29 meeting
Amid the strained relationship between the two, the TMC advised the Congress that it should have 'proper internal coordination and set their own house in order'.
The decision to suspend the march comes two days ahead of the commencement of the Winter Session of Parliament.
TMC 'disinterested' to coordinate with Congress in winter session, likely to skip opposition parties' Nov 29 meeting
The TMC will hold its national coordination committee meeting on November 29 at West Bengal Chief Minister and party supremo Mamata Banerjee's residence here.
Kharge said that all opposition parties have been called for a meeting on November 29 at 9:45 am in Congress office to discuss the strategy for the upcoming session.
Congress said that 14 parties boycotted the event after Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge reached out to them Thursday.
Leader of Opposition in the RS Mallikarjun Kharge said the meeting will help work unitedly in raising critical matters of people's concerns in Parliament.
It was agreed that the Opposition should corner the Centre together on these issues and the party will reach out to the floor leaders of the Opposition in both houses of Parliament.
The bill is likely to get Parliament's nod in the first few working days of the winter session and the BJP parliamentary party hasn't yet issued a whip for its Lok Sabha MPs .
Tikait alleged that the present government was not being run by a party, but it was one which toed the line of Nagpur (RSS).
The visitor's galleries in both the houses will be closed during the upcoming session due to the prevailing Covid situation and restrictions imposed.
The decision was taken at a meeting of top party leaders which was chaired by Sonia Gandhi to discuss the Congress' strategy for the upcoming session that will start on November 29.
Labour Party legislator Stella Creasy said she had received a letter from House of Commons authorities after she took her son Pip to a debate.
Magdalena Andersson was tapped to replace Stefan Lofven as party leader and prime minister, roles he relinquished earlier this year.
As for Tamil Nadu, Parliament had classified certain castes in the Scheduled Castes category ahead of the Assembly elections in the state.
The Centre plans to bring a bill in the forthcoming winter session of Parliament to prohibit all private cryptocurrencies in the country but with certain exceptions.