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Government answerable for failed floor management in parliament: JD(U)

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Referring to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Lal Krishna Advani's concern over the continuous logjam in parliament, the Janata Dal-United on Friday charged the Centre with the biggest failure of parliamentary floor management and urged it to come up with a solution.

"It is important that we understand the pain of the Advani ji. Earlier also he had expressed his concern over the functioning of the parliament. This is the biggest failure of floor management. Major issues are pending in parliament and no conclusion has been found out as yet," said JD (U) Rajeev Ranjan.

Ranjan said the government must try to overcome this issue as they are answerable for the continuous logjam in parliament.

Advani on Thursday expressed his disappointment over the ongoing ruckus in parliament saying, "Disruptions are so disappointing that I wonder if I should resign from the Lok Sabha. If Mr. Vajpayee had been in Parliament today, he would have felt disappointed over the disruptions."

Last week also, Advani was heard expressing his unhappiness to Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar over the continuing protests in the House.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Fri, December 16 2016. 08:33 IST
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