Justice Minister Rijiju demands an apology from Rahul Gandhi for his remarks on the Indian judicial system and the EC


charge against the Minister of the Interior.

Speaking first from the opposition side of the Lok Sabha during the debate on the vote of thanks on the President’s address, Gandhi demanded an apology from the Shah while recounting how a political leader in Manipur told him that he felt insulted to have been supposedly asked to take off. shoes when he went to meet the Home Secretary. It represents the idea of ​​a Union of States against “the idea of ​​a king”, asserted the former head of Congress.

On Wednesday, BJP members highlighted the government’s achievements even as the opposition attacked the Narendra Modi waiver, alleging failure on various issues including rising prices and unemployment. Kicking off the debate on the motion of thanks to the President’s speech, BJP MP Harish Dwivedi claimed that 4.5 lakh youths had gotten jobs and agricultural loans worth Rs 36,000 crore had been canceled over the course of five years in Uttar Pradesh under the Yogi Adityanath government.

He also criticized previous Central and Uttar Pradesh governments for providing only lip service rather than actually working for the welfare of the poor and backward classes. As Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and three other states will start in about a week, Dwivedi spoke mainly about labor and development initiatives being undertaken by the central and state governments of Uttar. Pradesh and Uttarakhand over the past five years.

Lok Sabha Congressman Abdul Khaleque on Wednesday lamented that the issue of the Assam-Mizoram border dispute did not feature in the president’s joint speech to parliament. Participating in the debate on the motion of thanks to the President’s address, he also said that the speech made mention of “sabka viswas”, but how would this trust develop if the government did not take action against those involved in the dissemination of hate speech.

The government is working to promote research and innovation in future energy materials in general, and in aluminum ion batteries, sodium ion batteries, polymer batteries and graphene-based batteries in particular, said Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Wednesday. In a written response to a question posed to the Lok Sabha, the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science and Technology informed that the Ministry of Science and Technology (DST) is supporting the development of indigenous technology for batteries, especially in the field of graphene-based batteries. The DST also supported a project on graphene-protected (interconnected) silicon nano-spheres to develop a high energy density Li-Ion battery.

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