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Heat on govt to end Parliament session over self-quarantine by Raje, MP son

Mother-son duo had attended a party held by singer Kanika Kapoor, who tested positive; govt slammed for putting others at risk by not ending ongoing Parliament session

Vasundhara Raje | Coronavirus | Parliament session

Archis Mohan  |  New Delhi 

Vasundhara Raje
Raje and Dushyant, along with several politicians, and bureaucrats, had attended the party at Taj Mahal hotel in Lucknow on March 13.

Pressure increased on the government on Friday to end the ongoing at the earliest when several MPs quarantined themselves after fears they might have come in contact with people infected with . The Budget session is scheduled to end on April 3, and is yet to pass the finance bill.



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First Published: Fri, March 20 2020. 18:42 IST