Opposition MPs Dress in Black, Meet to Chalk Out Strategy in Parliament

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Opposition MPs Dress in Black, Meet to Chalk Out Strategy in Parliament

Dressed in black as a mark of protest, Opposition MPs met on Tuesday to chalk out a strategy for their upcoming protests in Parliament. The meeting was held at the residence of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

The MPs discussed the recent violence in Manipur and the government’s refusal to allow a discussion on the issue in Parliament. They also expressed their anger over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision not to make a statement in Parliament on the violence.

The MPs decided to continue their protests in Parliament and to demand that the government take action to stop the violence in Manipur. They also called for Modi to make a statement in Parliament on the issue.

The meeting was attended by leaders from all the major Opposition parties, including the Congress, the Trinamool Congress, the Samajwadi Party, and the Left parties.

The MPs said that they would not allow any business to be taken up in Parliament until the government agreed to their demands. They also said that they would stage a walkout if the government did not allow a discussion on the violence in Manipur.

The meeting comes at a time when the Opposition is facing increasing pressure from the government. The government has been accused of trying to stifle the Opposition’s voice in Parliament.

The Opposition MPs are determined to continue their protests and to raise their voices against the government’s policies. They say that they will not back down until the government agrees to their demands.

Dressed in black, Opposition MPs meet to chalk out strategy in Parliament

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