Scared of 'Gujarat issue', Govt delaying Parliament session:Cong

New Delhi, Nov 17: The senior Congress leader Rajeev Shula on Friday launched a scathing attack on the Narendra Modi government, alleging that the government is scared of a "Gujarat issue" being raised in Parliament. It is for this reason the government is shying away from the winter session.  

" Which issue pertaining to Gujarat is preventing the Modi government from convening the winter session of Parliament?," Shukla asked, while appealing to the President to intervene and convene the long delayed session.

Shukla also said that the the Central government was using Moody's upgrade to divert attention of the common man from the real issues. “Whether Moody’s or (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi, both were not able to understand the mood of the nation. Whatever they say do not have any reflection of the situation on the ground. People are suffering because of the policies of this government,” the senior Congress MP added.

Questioning the government's unclear stand on Padmavati, Shukla said the I&B ministry should immediately convene a meeting of all concerned and arrive at a solution.