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Ten years later, the protests have grown and so have the voices, with more than 100 people on the opposition benches

Ritul Pandey

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After ten years, the number of MPs on the opposition benches is more than a hundred. The increase in the number of MPs has increased confidence. A glimpse of this was also seen on the first day of the conference. The first session of India’s new government has begun. For the last ten years, there was no opposition leader in the country’s Parliament, but this year, due to this, the number of opposition benches has also increased. The issue of the Constitution dominated this year’s election, the effect of which was also seen in the Parliament. When Modi stood up to take oath as a Lok Sabha member, Akhilesh Yadav along with Rahul Gandhi from the opposition benches showed copies of the Constitution and raised slogans. The special thing is that when Nitin Gadkari stood up to take oath, the opposition welcomed him with a loud bang. Watch the special report

Ritul Pandey

Ritul Pandey

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