India-China Parliament Updates: Bill to Rename Arbitration Center Passes, Oppn Develops Joint Strategy on India-China Conflict

On Wednesday, the commotion continued in the Winter Session of Parliament as the opposition attempted to put the BJP-led government in a corner on a number of topics, including the border with China, unemployment, and the economy.

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India-China Parliament Updates: Bill to Rename Arbitration Center Passes, Oppn Develops Joint Strategy on India-China Conflict

On Wednesday, Mallikarjun Kharge, the leader of the opposition in the Rajya Sabha, presided over a meeting of floor leaders from all opposition parties to plan the opposition’s strategy for the current winter session.

A number of opposition parties have sought adjournment notices in both chambers of Parliament in order to press the government for information about Chinese violations near the border. In a meeting with Mallikarjun Kharge, the head of the opposition in the Rajya Sabha, the leaders of the Congress, Shiv Sena, CPI, CPI-M, NCP, RJD, NC, SP, and DMK resolved to put pressure on the government over the border problem.

The leaders also reviewed crucial topics that will be brought up in both chambers of Parliament and developed a shared future plan.

Today in the Parliament Library Building was also the day for the BJP parliamentary party meeting.

The conflict between Indian and Chinese forces in the Tawang area of Arunachal Pradesh was discussed by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in both chambers of Parliament.

In the Yangtse region of Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector, Singh said that Chinese forces attempted to “unilaterally” alter the status quo along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) last week, but that they were forced to retire by the Indian Army’s “strong and decisive” response.

Singh made similar claims before the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, claiming that there were “no fatalities” or “severe injuries” among the Indian forces and that a small number of people on both sides were hurt as a result of the confrontation.

The Indian troops are dedicated to defending the nation’s territorial integrity, and the defence minister reassured the Parliament that they will continue to oppose any attempts to do so.

He declared, “I have no doubt that this entire House will stand together in backing our soldiers in their valiant struggle.

Home Minister Amit Shah told reporters that no one can seize even an inch of Indian territory till the Narendra Modi government is in power, despite the opposition criticising the government’s handling of the border dispute with China. Shah said that the Congress brought up the India-China dispute in the House of Representatives in order to sidestep inquiries about the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation’s FCRA cancellation.

In the meanwhile, Congress criticised Defence Minister Singh’s explanation of the conflict un Tawang as “incomplete” and charged the administration of misleading the public.

India has lost its dominant position in Southeast Asia, according to Congress spokesman and deputy leader of the party in the Lok Sabha Gaurav Gogoi and party leader Pawan Khera, who also charged the administration of diplomatic failure with China.

Both leaders argued that Prime Minister Modi’s statement from June 2020 that “no one has entered Indian territory nor has anyone occupied its territory” had given China the confidence to engage in such misadventures. They demanded that the government agree to hold a detailed discussion on the border situation and relations with China.

Mahua Moitra, a member of the opposition Trinamool Congress party, said on Tuesday that the new grant requests would cause the fiscal deficit to exceed the budgeted objective and that she wanted to know what other revenue-generating measures the government was doing.

She took part in the discussion in the Lok Sabha on excess requests for grants for 2019–20 and supplemental demands for grants for the present fiscal, and she stated that the excess demands for grants would result in an additional spending of around Rs 4.36 lakh crore.

The administration “makes us think every February that our country’s economy is going great guns,” Moitra added, criticising it for painting a misleading picture of the economy. We are the most effective and rapidly expanding worldwide player. Everyone is able to find work. Gas cylinders, electricity, and decent homes are all now available to us. About eight to ten months into this lie’s flight, the truth finally makes its way after it. And now that it’s December, the government reports that it needs an extra Rs 3.26 lakh crore in funding beyond what was anticipated in the budget.

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