New Parliament Inauguration: Mayawati came in support of the government, said – the one who built it, has the right to inaugurate it; advice to the opposition
New Parliament Inauguration Row: Mayawati tweeted on Thursday afternoon that the government has created the new parliament, so it has the right to inaugurate it.
The matter of inauguration of the new Parliament is continuously gaining momentum. About 20 parties, including the Congress, have so far announced to boycott the inauguration ceremony of the Parliament. This matter has also reached the Supreme Court. Now in this matter BJP has got the support of its rival Mayawati’s party BSP in UP.
Mayawati tweeted on Thursday afternoon that the government has created the new parliament, so it has the right to inaugurate it. In her first tweet, Mayawati said that whether it was the government of the Congress party at the Center before or now of the BJP, the BSP has always supported them on issues related to the country and public interest, rising above party politics, and on May 28, Seeing the inauguration of the building in this context, the party welcomes it.
In the next tweet, he said, “Boycott is unfair for not inaugurating the new Parliament by President Draupadi Murmu. The government has made it, so it has the right to inaugurate it. It is also unfair to link this with tribal women’s respect. He should have thought of this while fielding a candidate against him instead of electing him unopposed.
In another tweet, he said, “I have received the invitation for the program dedicated to the country, that is, the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament House, for which my gratitude and my best wishes. But due to my pre-scheduled engagement regarding the ongoing review meetings of the party, I will not be able to attend that function.”
TDP will attend the inauguration of Parliament House
The TDP said on Thursday that it would attend the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament building, to be held on May 28. TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu has asked Rajya Sabha MP Kanakamedla Ravindra Kumar to attend the inauguration of the new parliament on behalf of the party. TDP currently has one member in the Rajya Sabha and three members in the Lok Sabha. The ruling YSR Congress in Andhra Pradesh will also participate in the inauguration program of the Parliament.