Mamata asks her MPs to raise voice vigorously over the issues in Parliament

Mamata asks her MPs to raise voice vigorously over the issues in Parliament

Hummingbird News Desk

KOLKATA, 27 JAN: Trinamul Congress chairperson, Mamata Banerjee today held a virtual meeting with both her Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs ahead of the budget session of the Parliament.

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The meeting took place around 4 pm and she conducted the meeting from her Kalighat office.

It is learnt that she asked her as her MPs to take up the issues like rejection of Netaji’s tableaux on his 125 birth anniversary, resignation of Governor Jagdeep Dhankar and the IAS issue. 

It is learnt that she asked her MPs to raise this issue in the Parliament.

She asked her party MPs to protest against the decision to hold budget session just before Assembly poll in five states.

The five states going to poll are UP, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur.

“The Central government was holding back several bills of the state and didn’t pass them. It has been decided in the meeting that the TMC MPs will also be vocal against this issue both inside and outside the Parliament. Over Governor issue the TMC supremo said that if needed she herself will lead agitation against the Governor,” said the sources.

Trinamul Rajya Sabha MP and party’s national general spokesperson Derek O’Brien said that this government at the Centre has scant regard for Parliament and has total disregard for Election Commission. Once election is declared Model Code of Conduct (MCC) will be implemented. He said Modi government should take a cue from UPA government where in 2012, the budget was shifted to May after the results were declared.

It is learnt that Trinamul Congress chairperson Mamata Banerjee asked her MPs to be vocal in both houses of the Parliament regarding the Centre’s total disregard for the federal structure as provided in the Constitution.

She reportedly asked her MPs to protest vehemently against such Draconian law that they Centre is going to bring today.

All attempts to make All India Services an instrument of the Union Government are shameful. “It is a direct attack  on our federal structure.”

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has expressed strong reservations against Union government’s proposed amendment to the IAS (Cadre) Rules, 1954.

The purpose of the rule change is to post IAS officers on Central deputation, effectively hampering the state government’s autonomy.

With the proposed changes, the All India Services would also become an instrument of the Union government, she described.

She has already written two letters to the Prime Minister requesting him not to implement this Draconian law. She reportedly asked her MPs to protest vehemently in both houses of the Parliament.

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