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Opposed to the boycott of the “Samvidhan Divas” feature

In preparation for the winter parliament starting on Monday, the opposition has decided to boycott a feature to commemorate the “Samvidhan Divas” in the central hall of the Capitol on Friday.

A meeting of parliamentary leaders decided to reach out to other political parties on Thursday to boycott the feature.

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Parliamentary leaders Mallikarjun Kharge, Adil Ranjan Choudhry, Anand Sharma, and Jairam Ramesh talked to other party leaders about the boycott of this feature. Parliament has requested that a bill to abolish the three farming methods be submitted on the first day of the winter session. At the request of parliament, 14 parties, including the leftist party, Trinamool Congress, RJD, Shiv Sena, NCP, SP, IUML and DMK, have decided not to attend the event.

President Ramnas Covind will release a digital version of the Constitutional Parliamentary debate, a digital version of a written copy of the Constitution, an updated copy of the Constitution, and launch an “Online Quiz on Constitutional Democracy” on Friday.

Opposed to the boycott of the “Samvidhan Divas” feature Opposed to the boycott of the “Samvidhan Divas” feature

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