BJP questions Govt`s `majority` status
Stepping up its tirade against the UPA, the BJP on Tuesday questioned the delay in convening the monsoon session of Parliament.
New Delhi: Stepping up its tirade against
the UPA, the BJP on Tuesday questioned the delay in convening the
monsoon session of Parliament, saying that the development
raised questions about the Government`s majority status.
"The Government is afraid of facing the Parliament
because not only are its own MPs from Andhra Pradesh unhappy
with its, even its allies are not at ease," said BJP Spokesman
Syed Shahnawaz Hussain.
"The Government is anxious and is under constant fear
as to its future and the delay in calling the Session of
Parliament puts a question mark on whether the UPA enjoys a
majority at the Centre or not", Hussain said, daring the
Government to come clean on issues by facing Parliament.
The BJP national spokesperson said that the Congress
had lost face in the wake of a series of scams that bared its
"corrupt" face and it did not want to face ticklish issues in
the Parliament. "That is why the UPA has delayed the session
which is normally convened in the month of July."
Terming the Government as "incompetent", Hussain
said even as it was shrouded in corruption, it was being
blackmailed in the name of coalition.
The BJP, on its part, said they wanted all Parliament
Sessions to be held as scheduled and extend their support. "We
will support the government in running the Parliament, but at
the same time not let the government get away on addressing