The President did not take the name of Manipur, but spoke about peace… Will the opposition's complaint be addressed now?

Ananya Shroff
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The President did not take the name of Manipur, but spoke about peace… Will the opposition's complaint be addressed now?


New Delhi: The opposition has been accusing the Modi government of remaining silent on the violence in Manipur for more than a year. This complaint was dispelled today by President Draupadi Murmu. She did not take the name of Manipur in her speech, but definitely mentioned permanent peace in the Northeast. She said that the government is continuously working for permanent peace in the Northeast. She also said that in the last 10 years the government has resolved many old disputes. When the President was talking about peace in the Northeast, there was a lot of noise from the opposition. President Murmu said, my government has increased the allocation in the Northeast by 10 times. Development work is being carried forward in every sector in the Northeast. A semiconductor plant is being built in Assam at a cost of Rs 27 thousand crore. New dimensions of development are being created in every region of the country.

Today is the fourth day of the first session of the 18th Lok Sabha. On the first two days, Monday and Tuesday, Protem Speaker Bhartruhari Mehtab administered the oath of office to the MPs. On the third day, Wednesday, the Lok Sabha Speaker was elected and Om Birla was elected Speaker for the second time. In his first statement, he condemned the Emergency, which was opposed by Congress MPs. Then Birla adjourned the proceedings of the House saying that now the proceedings of the House will begin half an hour after the President's address ends on Thursday. In his address, the President presented the government's comprehensive roadmap before the Parliament.


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