Winter session was disrupted over trivial issues by Oppn: UT Khader


Team Udayavani, Dec 26, 2018, 10:21 AM IST

Mangaluru: District in-charge minister and Minister for Urban Development and Housing U T Khader on Tuesday, December 25 accused the Opposition party of disrupting the session over trivial issues on the last two days.

Addressing presspersons here, Khader said that the BJP unable to digest the success of the session,  engaged in disrupting the session over trivial issues on the last two days. There was no need to raise  Tipu Jayanti issue when it was already observed in the state. The BJP also did not even allow the discussion on the problems haunting North Karnataka, he informed.

Further speaking on Rafale deal he demanded Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) investigation into the Rafale scam deal.

The Union government is misleading people by not giving clarification to people on Rafale deal. The people of the country should know why HAL was bypassed to help Reliance Defence Ltd and why did the amount of the fighter flights escalate. MPs from all political parties will be part of JPC so there will no scope of furnishing false documents like how they did at the Supreme Court to get clean chit, he added.

Speaking on the construction of 350 sqft houses for civic workers, Khader said that the government has envisaged the project to provide a roof for those who do not have the roof over their head. The subsidy is given only for one-bedroom houses. A letter will be sent to the Centre to bring in changes to the guidelines after the Rajiv Gandhi Housing Corporation discusses the issue, he added.

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