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The temperature is going to rise, the House will not run with ‘dictatorship’… What did Congress say before the Parliament session began

New Delhi: Ahead of the Parliament session, the Congress on Tuesday said the political temperature is set to rise as the Opposition will strongly target the BJP to ensure that the House is not run in a dictatorial manner like before. Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate said her sympathies are with the BJP as big leaders of the opposition alliance India, who are considered good orators, have reached the House. Asked whether the Opposition would demand the post of Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker, she said Congress Parliamentary Party chairperson Sonia Gandhi, party president Mallikarjun Kharge and other senior leaders would decide on it.

Addressing the media, Shrinet said that I can tell you one thing – fasten your seat belts because the (political) temperature of the House is going to rise a lot. Now the proceedings of the House will not run in a dictatorial manner, as it used to be earlier. he/she said, it does not matter who becomes the (Lok Sabha) Speaker and who becomes the Deputy Speaker. Now in Rahul Gandhi’s 14-minute speech, you will not see the (Lok Sabha) Speaker for 11 minutes. I can tell you this and this is the power of democracy.

She said that Priyanka ji is going to come to the house where they were not able to face Rahul ji. Big leaders of India, sharp speakers, everyone is going to come. Therefore, I want to express my sympathy and condolences to BJP in advance. Now the house will not be run in a dictatorial manner.

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