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Sonia Gandhi trying to politicise Parliament work: Prahalad Joshi

Parliamentary affairs minister Prahlad Joshi has accused Sonia Gandhi of creating a “controversy” on the issue related to special session of Parliament. .Replying to her letter Joshi on Wednesday said that lt is unfortunate that Mrs Gandhi is trying to politicise and create an unwarranted controversy over Parliament, the temple of our democracy.Joshi, in his letter addressed to Gandhi, said, “maybe you are not familiar with traditions and procedure...before calling a session, and discussion with political parties is not required nor is the agenda discussed.” Referring to the agenda of the session, he said it will be shared as per the norms. “The agenda has never been shared ahead of the session, no matter which party has been in government,” Joshi said.

The minister’s letter came in response to a letter Gandhi wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier in the day, asking for the agenda of the special session and demanding a discussion on nine issues, including price rise, unemployment, the Adani group controversy, caste census, Manipur violence and the India-China border dispute.

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