Congress MP Manish Tewari on Thursday gave an adjournment motion notice in the Lok Sabha to discuss the border situation with China. In his letter to the Secretary-General
Tewari said, "A report in the Financial Times dated 31st March 2023 reveals that the Indian Government is in the market for new spyware.
The notice states, "That this House do suspend Zero Hour and other businesses of the day to discuss the disqualification of Shri Rahul Gandhi.
The Parliament has been dysfunctional since the commencement of second part of the budget session with the opposition pressing for a Joint Parliamentary Probe into the Adani issue and the treasury benches demanding an apology from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi over his statement in London.
The Congress leader cross-questioned about the Yangtse clash of December 9 that took place in the eastern Sector.
The Congress MP asked the government for a detailed discussion over the border situation between India and China.
The bill seeks to amend the Multi-State Cooperative Societies Act, 2002.
Clarifying the rationale for this idea, he wrote, "Non-violence, constitutionalism and egalitarianism fusing in a unique Union that would sum up the modern Indian genius perfectly".
Speaking on the issue of Article 370 which was scrapped on August 5, 2019, by the Centre, Tewari said that the matter is subjudice in front of the Supreme Court and the matter will be taken up on October 31 for a hearing.