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Congress to boycott parliament panel on land acquisition

Congress said PM Modi had said that states can go ahead with the land acquisition on their own

Amit Agnihotri  |  New Delhi 

(L-R) Rahul Gandhi, Manmohan Singh, Ghulam Nabi Azad and Mallikarjun Kharge
(L-R) Rahul Gandhi, Manmohan Singh, Ghulam Nabi Azad and Mallikarjun Kharge

The members in the joint committee of looking into the issues have told its chairman Ganesh Singh that they won't be able to attend panel meetings as Prime Minister had said that states can go ahead with the on their own.

According to members, the PM said this during his Mann Ki Baat programme on radio.

The is miffed that the government was trying to bypass a central law passed by the previous government by asking the states to handle their own issues.

Earlier, the had led nationwide protests against the government's controversial land ordinance which had totally changed the provisions of the law passed by the UPA.

The Modi government had later dropped the issue as it could not get the ordinance through parliament.

 

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Congress to boycott parliament panel on land acquisition

Congress said PM Modi had said that states can go ahead with the land acquisition on their own

Congress said PM Modi had said that states can go ahead with the land acquisition on their own The members in the joint committee of looking into the issues have told its chairman Ganesh Singh that they won't be able to attend panel meetings as Prime Minister had said that states can go ahead with the on their own.

According to members, the PM said this during his Mann Ki Baat programme on radio.

The is miffed that the government was trying to bypass a central law passed by the previous government by asking the states to handle their own issues.

Earlier, the had led nationwide protests against the government's controversial land ordinance which had totally changed the provisions of the law passed by the UPA.

The Modi government had later dropped the issue as it could not get the ordinance through parliament.

 

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Congress to boycott parliament panel on land acquisition

Congress said PM Modi had said that states can go ahead with the land acquisition on their own

The members in the joint committee of looking into the issues have told its chairman Ganesh Singh that they won't be able to attend panel meetings as Prime Minister had said that states can go ahead with the on their own.

According to members, the PM said this during his Mann Ki Baat programme on radio.

The is miffed that the government was trying to bypass a central law passed by the previous government by asking the states to handle their own issues.

Earlier, the had led nationwide protests against the government's controversial land ordinance which had totally changed the provisions of the law passed by the UPA.

The Modi government had later dropped the issue as it could not get the ordinance through parliament.

 

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