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SquireLees

Member of Parliament in SA Parliament.

“There is a majority and there is a minority (in #Parliament) and you cannot ignore that voice by saying ‘To recognize you is to harm democracy’”I quote Dr Ambedkar to caution the govt about bulldozing Parliament #ConstructiveOpposition Excerpt from speech in the recent session. https://t.co/z9lhMXmjWz

One out of every four Bills that were passed and turned into Acts in this session of #Parliament were clearly anti-federal. The Consumer Protection Bill was one example. Here is an excerpt from my speech for Trinamool WATCH >>#ParliamentSession #ConstructiveOpposition https://t.co/FwQD9TQD69

Rajnath Singh (india) tweeted :

It is a historic day for the country today when Parliament has finally abrogated the Article 370 and passed the bills empowering the people of Jammu, Kashmir & Ladkah. It marks a new beginning in our history I congratulate PM @narendramodi ji for his bold & courageous leadership

RT @BJP4Tripura: Watch BJP MP from Ladakh @MPLadakh Tsering Namgyal speaks in Parliament on Article 370. youtube.com/watch?v=76PPM2…

Jayant Sinha (india) retweeted @BJPLive :

RT @BJPLive: Link to Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah’s speech in Parliament on the abrogation of Article 370. It is detailed and insight…

Smriti Z Irani (india) retweeted @ANI :

RT @ANI: Delhi: Parliament illuminated after Article 370 & 35A were passed in the Rajya Sabha today. #JammuAndKashmir https://t.co/W3xsjO9x…

RT @varungandhi80: My speech in Parliament on The Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019. m.youtube.com/watch?v=NY4RKI…

RT @narendramodi: An archaic and medieval practice has finally been confined to the dustbin of history! Parliament abolishes Triple Talaq…

Ladies and Gentleman. Welcome to #NewIndia Just received a late notice as one of the 8 members of #Parliament Business Advisory Committee. On Friday July 26 at 10 a m they will now probably tell us, Session will be extended. From Mon Aug 29. Killing democracy. Mocking Parliament