Coal Scam: Monsoon Session’s final week begin, Deadlock continue

The deadlock over the one of the much disruptive issue in Parliament – Coalgate Scam- is still continue as today is the beginning of last week of Parliament Monsoon Session, but no sign indicated to give any outcome over the issue.

In Congress Vs BJP war, BJP is continuously positioned on Coal Block Allocation with demand of PM Manmohan Singh’s resignation and if not fulfill its strategy to disrupt functioning of parliament. While Congress denied all allegation and ready to protesting against BJP, blaming firstly to act against its regional governments ministers alleged under coal mining.

According to report, many communication channels has been tried to make debate between both parties members and as resulted on Sunday, Lok Sabha Opposition leader Sushma Swaraj informed Congress President Sonia Gandhi in telephone that her party is ready to debate on coal scam, but condition is that all coal block allocations would be cancels and a news start of a judicial probe would be occurred.

“When I was asked how we can run the Parliament, I said two demands need to be fulfilled so that the Parliament can run. The first being that the coal block allocation be cancelled and the second, that a CBI probe is called for, then the Parliament can function,” Swaraj told media persons in a press conference.

Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, also Lok Sabha member has appointed by Sonia to hold talks over Coal scam, completely refused to accepted BJP’s demands.

Reacting over Congress response, BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar in an aggressive move warned to continue Parliament not to functioning as like their party had done last years over 2G scam.

Meanwhile, this blame throwing war seems to be never ended, even not for this week which causes once again Monsoon Session to washout.

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