New Delhi, India: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi made a statement on Manipur violence. Pralhad Joshi says, “We have made it clear that we are ready for discussion on Manipur in both Houses”. The Parliamentary Affairs Minister says, “Manipur is a sensitive issue”, the issue will be discussed in both the Upper and Lower Houses of the Parliament.
As Pralhad Joshi added in the statement, Home Minister Amit Shah will reply to the Manipur violence discussion in detail. The discussion date for the Manipur violence issue is still not fixed, as Pralhad Joshi says, “Let the Speaker decide the date for the discussion”
#WATCH | We have made it clear that we are ready for discussion on Manipur in both Houses. Manipur is a sensitive issue. Home Minister will reply to the discussion in detail. Let the Speaker decide the date of discussion: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi pic.twitter.com/vvkn73Xsn2
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Pralhad Joshi added, “The government has listed 31 bills for the Manipur discussion. The discussion will take place in 17 sittings and will continue till August 11, 2023. Pralhad Joshi said the government is ready to have a parliamentary discussion on the Manipur violence. The government will discuss any issue that is raised by the opposition during the discussion about the situation in Manipur. The opposition party leaders are demanding a statement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the situation of the Manipur violence. The government has also announced several measures to address the concerns of the local people of Manipur. The new measures will include are as follows, the creation of a new ministry for the northeast, the release of funds for development, and the appointment of a special representative for the Northeast Regions.