Hooliganism in name of cow unacceptable: Narendra Modi

Hooliganism in name of cow unacceptable: Narendra Modi

Cows are considered sacred in Hindu religion.

The Opposition parties are already in attack mode on the issue and will get even more aggressive during the session.

Among those opposition leaders who attended the meeting were Ghulam Nabi Azad (Congress), Sharad Pawar (NCP), Sitaram Yechury (CPI-M), Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP), Farooq Abdullah (NC) and D Raja (CPI). "Also condition of farmers and gau rakshak incidents, China".

BJP leaders have asked Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to dump the RJD and also expressed readiness to extend outside support to his government.

However, the opposition parties have made it clear that they plan to target the government over the China issue during the session. Prime Minister said, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of quit India Movement on 9th August Parliament should discuss over it. "But we have to understand that there are laws governing cow protection and breaking these is not an alternative".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reiteration of stringent action against "hooliganism in the name of cow protection" a day ahead of the Monsoon Session of Parliament did little to calm the Opposition on Sunday.

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"They (cow vigilantes) must be vigorously opposed and action taken to restore faith of all Indians in our Constitution", he said.

"We have raised our areas of concern and have also raised few issues on behalf of the entire Opposition".

The increased opposition synergy comes at a time when 18 parties have come together under one platform to pin the government on some key issues.

To preserve institutions of democracy, Modi said it was important that all political parties support the government to conduct business in Parliament without disruption so that constructive discussion can take place on issues of national importance.

Sources in the BJP said that the government will try to pass a dozen Bills during the session, including the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Bill, Whistle blowers' Protection Bill, Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, Enemy Property (Amendment) Bill Consumer Protection Bill, and the Companies (Amendment) Bill.

"The government would want the monsoon session of Parliament to be fruitful and constructive".