Top News Of The Day: "Parliament Insulted By Acts Of Opposition," Says PM

PUBLISHED ON: August 3, 2021 | Duration: 19 min, 30 sec

  
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday morning renewed his attack on the opposition, once again accusing it of not allowing Parliament's monsoon session to function. He said repeated adjournments forced by a vociferous opposition were "an insult to the constitution, to democracy and to the public"; Nearly a week after his surprise tractor ride to the Parliament to back the agitation against new farm laws, Rahul Gandhi, 51, this morning rode a cycle to protest against the issue of fuel price hike. He was joined by several opposition leaders; The pandemic is "still raging" in the country and eight states have shown a rise in the R-factor, the government said today, calling it a "significant problem"; West Bengal has reached a milestone in Covid vaccination. It crossed the 3 crore doses mark on Monday after giving 4,21,517 vaccines in the last 24 hours. But there is a gap still in demand and supply. People are waiting overnight for vaccines at state hospitals in Kolkata, a lot of vaccine seekers coming from districts where shortages are still being reported and other top stories.
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