Modi to face heat on Tuesday as Parl session commences


New Delhi: The monsoon session of the Parliament which is slated to commence from Tuesday, is likely to be a very stormy one with Prime Minister Narendra Modi being the main target of attack by the opposition. Modi, who came to power chanting the ‘mantras’ of anti-corruption, has now allegations against some of his own members of the cabinet and his Party colleagues.

The Congress with 44 members is likely to storm the Parliament with its protests and slogans against the ruling party.

With External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s name cropping up in the Latitgate scam along with Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, the government may face a tough time in handling the issue where she has been accused of helping former IPL Chairman Lalit Modi to flee to London to eave prosecution in the IPL scam. Along with that the Vyapam scam of Madhya Pradesh will also emerge as sweat in the forehead of the top BJP leaders where nearly 48 people related to the scam has already died under mysterious circumstances. Although the government was against ordering a CBI probe into the matter, the order was passed by the apex court and the case was handed over to the CBI after a lot of tussle.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been silent all throughout the development of the scams. The opposition will surely be demanding a reply on the matter from the Prime Minister, which he can’t evade on the floor of the house.

There has also been allegations of corruption against the BJP led Maharashtra Government. So, overall, the NDA is all set to start the monsoon session on a low note with the opposition determined for a ‘halla bol’ inside the parliament.