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ordinance in india: cbi ed ordinance congress tmc oppose winter session of parliament pralhad joshi,’ total 524 ordinances were brought in congress rule’

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ordinance in india: cbi ed ordinance congress tmc oppose winter session of parliament pralhad joshi,’ total 524 ordinances were brought in congress rule’

Highlights

  • Opposition parties objected to CBI and ED ordinance
  • Parliamentary Affairs Minister said – 524 ordinances were brought in Congress rule
  • The tenure of CBI and ED director increased by 5 years

New Delhi
Opposition parties have started targeting the ordinance brought to extend the tenure of the Chief of CBI and ED. Now the government has also retaliated on the allegations of Congress and TMC. The Trinamool Congress on Monday raised objections to the government’s ordinances extending the tenure of CBI and ED chiefs by giving a notice of statutory proposals in the Rajya Sabha. Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi has also retaliated against Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha member Derek O’Brien’s tweet on this entire matter.

How many ordinances in Congress rule
Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi tweeted that a total of 524 ordinances were brought in the Congress rule. A total of 96 ordinances were brought in the 5th Lok Sabha alone. Prahlad Joshi questioned Derek O’Brien asking if he could define this number. In another tweet, Prahlad Joshi said that it needs to be told to Derek O’Brien that ordinances are constitutional provisions, which became laws after democratically passed in Parliament. Brian and his TMC allies are forgetting this.

TMC leader and Rajya Sabha member Derek O’Brien tweeted on the whole matter, saying that the two ordinances increase the tenure of the ED chief and CBI director from two years to five years, while the winter session of Parliament will start in two weeks from now. Going to do. Rest assured that the opposition parties will do whatever it takes to save India from turning into an elected dictatorship.

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Congress targets the government for extending the tenure of CBI-ED chief, using agencies like operatives
Derek O’Brien wrote that ordinances have been brought to make fun of Parliament. How Modi-Shah’s BJP makes fun of Parliament and uses ordinances shamelessly. The same drama was repeated today for ED and CBI to keep their pet parrots. Also shared a chart.

Why this question was raised before the winter session
President Ram Nath Kovind had signed two ordinances brought by the Ministry of Law and Justice. In these, a provision has been made that after the two-year term of the ED or CBI chief is over, the central government can extend his tenure by one year each for three consecutive years.
The Trinamool Congress has raised objections and questioned the haste of the government as the winter session of Parliament is about to begin a few days later.

Explainer: Now the tenure of CBI-ED chief will be 5 years, the government has brought an ordinance, know what are the rules
Congress has also targeted the government on this whole matter. Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that bringing ordinances 15 days before the winter session of Parliament starting from November 29 is an insult to Parliament. On the statement given by the Congress, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that people doing negative and destructive politics harm themselves. Naqvi said similar allegations had left the Congress stunned. Those who do such negative and destructive politics do their own harm.

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