congress: Congress Parliamentary group to meet today over issues to be raised in winter session | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Congress celebration will maintain its Parliamentary technique group assembly on the residence of celebration’s interim president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday to talk about the issues that may be raised in the winter session of the Parliament starting November 29.
“We will raise the issue of inflation in the upcoming session of Parliament. Congress Parliamentary Strategy Group will meet in New Delhi on November 25 to finalize the strategy for the upcoming Parliament session,” Congress basic secretary KC Venugopal had stated.
To tackle BJP-led Central authorities, Congress can be planning to strongly increase issues of ‘Covid mismanagement’ in public boards and in the upcoming winter session of Parliament.
As per celebration sources, Chief Ministers of Congress-ruled states will write to the Centre in search of compensation to Covid victims.
“Along with that, Congress Legislative Party (CLP) leaders of every state will also write to their respective Chief Ministers in the state where Congress is not in power,” they stated.
Party chief and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi began the “Covid Nyay campaign” by posting a video on his social media account and demanded the Government of India to present appropriate figures of the Covid-related deaths in the nation and pay a compensation of Rs 4 lakh every to households of those that misplaced their lives due to the an infection.
“The Congress party has two demands – Correct figures of Covid dead should be given, and Rs 4 lakh compensation should be given to the families who have lost their loved ones to Covid,” Rahul Gandhi tweeted in Hindi.
“If you are in power, you will have to drive away from the sufferings of the people. Due compensation should be provided to the people,” the previous Congress president’s tweet additional learn.
The Waynad MP additionally took a jibe on the “Gujarat Model” of improvement by sharing a video on Twitter claiming that households that the Congress spoke to in Gujarat stated that in Covid they weren’t ready to discover hospital beds, oxygen and ventilators.
In the video, he alleged that over 3 lakh folks have succumbed to the Covid-19 in Gujarat, whereas the official information have acknowledged solely 10,000 Covid-related deaths.
Along with that video, Congress additionally trended the hashtag “4Lakhdenehongey” on Twitter.
“Congress will raise the issue from now onwards till the winter session of the Parliament to take on the government. Rahul Gandhi will share more videos on social media. A day before the commencement of winter session Rahul Gandhi will do a press conference on the issue,” stated a high Congress supply.
Meanwhile, in this collection, Maharashtra Congress Legislature Party has written to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and stated that National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) norms require ex-gratia of Rs 4 lakhs every ought to be given to households of COVID victims.
“In the letter, Congress asked Chief Minister Thackeray to commit Rs 1 lakh per deceased, so as to force the Centre to give its share of Rs 3 lakhs per deceased,” the supply stated.
Chattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel additionally wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, requesting to present an ex-gratia of Rs 4 lakhs every to households of Covid victims.
In the letter, the Chattisgarh authorities stated it’s dedicated to giving its share of the ex-gratia of Rs 1 lakh per deceased as per State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) norms, and demanded the Centre present its share of financial compensation.
“Other Chief Ministers in Congress rules states will follow the suite,” added the sources.
Earlier celebration’s General Secretary KC Venugopal had stated, “It’s shocking that government statics about the death of people due to COVID have lots of discrepancies. We are talking to our state governments. Every state govt can provide Rs 1 lakh but the Central government should give Rs 3 lakhs each to families of Covid victims.”

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