Opposition trying to murder democracy, running away from any debate: BJP
He also refuted the charges mounted by the collective opposition in Parliament that Centre is trying to conspire against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
Reacting to the ruckus in parliament over demonetisation aand other issues, Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) has alleged that the opposition in unison is trying to murder democracy and running away from any discussion in parliament inspite of the Centre’s plea to have a constructive debate on demonetisation.
According to an ANI report, BJP leader Prem Shukla: “It is a planned effort by the opposition to murder democracy. Centre has been open for any positive and constructive debate.”
He also rebuffed the charges mounted by the collective opposition in Parliament that Centre is trying to conspire against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
“In the Mamata-Indigo fiasco, the DGCA and the airline company has made it clear that confusion was due to misunderstanding. Even this issue has been raised in parliament alleging that central government is doing conspiracy against Mamata Banerjee,” Shukla said.
The BJP leader also backed the Indian Army’s rejection of the Trinamool Congress’s allegation of an attempted military coup in West Bengal.
“Eastern command chief of the army clarified that four letters were sent to the West Bengal state government. The state regime was kept in confidence and was regularly notified regarding the joint army exercise to be conducted,” he added.
Earlier, an flight carrying the West Bengal CM and other passengers from Patna to Kolkata had hovered for over half an hour in the city sky due to technical reasons before landing at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport.
The row over Indian Army taking over toll plazas in West Bengal echoed in parliament with Trinamool Congress(TMC) seeing “sinister” designs behind the move.