In a growing trend, Uddhav Sena, RJD, and DMK have decided to join other opposition parties in boycotting the inauguration of the new Parliament building. This move comes after AAP, TMC, and CPI had already announced their decision to skip the event. The boycott intensifies the opposition’s criticism of the ruling BJP and raises questions about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s authority.
Opposition Parties Unite in Boycott
The new Parliament building has become a contentious issue between the ruling BJP and the opposition. Several parties, including Uddhav Thackeray’s Shiv Sena and RJD, have now declared their decision not to attend the inauguration. AAP, TMC, and left parties had previously announced their boycott, further highlighting the opposition’s stand against the ruling government.
Questions Over PM Modi’s Authority
With Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled to inaugurate the newly-built Parliament building on Sunday, the opposition is raising concerns about his authority to do so. They have demanded that the president should perform the inauguration instead. This criticism adds fuel to the opposition’s decision to skip the event, showcasing their discontent with the ruling government’s actions.
The opening ceremony is set to take place on May 28, and the absence of several opposition parties will undoubtedly be a notable aspect of the event.
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