While the government is planning to pass several bills during the upcoming session of Parliament, the Opposition will demand a discussion on the pressing matters.
Union minister and Dharwad MP Pralhad Joshi has said that the government is aware about the Mahadayi project and all the efforts are being taken for its early implementation.
India is likely to stop coal imports by 2024, Coal minister Pralhad Joshi on Thursday said.
At the Diamond Jubilee of M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, he said India must strive to become the third or fourth largest economy by 2030 and the largest economy by 2047.
He was responding to the ongoing fiasco regarding the candidate for AICC elections.
He added that if States and Centre work together India will become a ‘developed nation’ by 2047.
After the meeting with L&T and HDMC authorities, he assured that drinking water will be provided as per the needs of the public in every area.
Congress leaders should understand that despite differences in their thinking, Mahatma Gandhi always considered Savarkar a patriot, he said.
Dragging Mallikarjun Kharge into the controversy, Joshi said that when the senior Kharge was the union minister, there were several cases of corruption against the then government.
On the physical progress, Joshi said construction of the 14 km by IRCON is nearing completion and the scheduled commissioning was July 31.
"When we were in the opposition, we never got placards to the House, but Opposition MPs have done that," added the Union Minister of Parliamentary Affairs.
Following the statement of the minister in parliament on July 25, 2022, the experts said the power ministry should revoke and withdraw the order for import of 10% their coal requirement.
Congress' leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said the government wants to "throttle" the voice of the Opposition by resorting to "tactics of intimidation".
Several Union ministers including Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Pralhad Joshi, Anurag Singh Thakur, Kiren Rijiju and Piyush Goyal were present at the meeting.
While India’s position so far has been to not intervene politically in Sri Lanka, it has dispatched aid through other channels.
During the Sunday meet, both DMK and AIADMK raised the Sri Lankan issue, especially the condition of the country's Tamil population.
Joshi claimed the government was "doing good work" and the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was recognised not just by people within India but also those abroad.
The news of a new train with vistadome coach from the SWR headquarters to Goa also surprised the officials of SWR as most of them were unaware of the new train.
The unorganised workers complained that they do not receive the benefits the organised workers receive and want those benefits to be extended to them.