Has Gujarat Poll Heat Put Parliament's Winter Session In Deep Freeze?

PUBLISHED ON: November 9, 2017 | Duration: 24 min, 11 sec

   
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The dates for the winter session of Parliament, which usually begins around the third week of November, ought to have been notified by now as at least 15 days notice has to be given to allow Parliamentarians to congregate in Delhi. The silence from the government so far seems to bear out what NDTV had reported almost a week ago - about how a hectic Gujarat campaign may lead to a cancelled or curtailed Parliament session. Has Gujarat's poll heat put Parliament's winter session in deep freeze? An angry Congress isn't pulling its punches saying the government is scared of being hauled over the coals on demonetisation and GST in Parliament. On The Buck Stops Here, we debate: should the work of Parliament be held to ransom to a state election?
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