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Extended Budget Session: Parliament to Witness White Paper on Pre and Post-2014 Economic Conditions. See what’s more

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In a fiery session of the Parliament Budget Session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the floor to respond to the Motion of Thanks to the President’s Address in Rajya Sabha. Unleashing a barrage of criticisms, Modi accused the Congress of compromising national security and creating divisive narratives.

The Prime Minister didn’t hold back, directly addressing the Congress party’s past governance and alleging land concessions to adversaries. He further accused the Congress of attempting to sow a “north-south divide” in the nation. Modi’s sharp remarks also targeted Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge’s ‘400 paar’ speech and referenced Mamata Banerjee’s prediction of a meager seat count for Congress in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Earlier, Modi had presented his reply in the Lok Sabha on Monday, expressing confidence that the NDA, led by the BJP, would secure over 400 seats, with the BJP alone claiming 370.

The Parliament’s Budget Session has been extended until February 10, facilitating the presentation of a White Paper to compare the state of the Indian economy before and after 2014.

In recent legislative actions, the Rajya Sabha passed the Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order (Amendment) Bill, 2024, and the Constitution (Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) Orders (Amendment) Bill, 2024. Simultaneously, the Lok Sabha approved a bill addressing malpractices in competitive exams, introducing stringent penalties, including a maximum jail term of 10 years and fines up to ₹1 crore.

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