Congress leader P Chidambaram Said on Tuesday that India is such a unique parliamentary democracy where no questions are asked and no debate takes place. Chidambaram made this remark after not letting the party speak in the Lok Sabha on the issue of India China Clash off Ladakh. Angry over not allowing the Congress to speak after Defense Minister Rajnath Singh's statement on the deadlock on the border with China in East Ladakh, Congress members staged a Lok Sabha walkout and the Mahatma Gandhi statue in the Parliament House complex Gathered in front of and protested. Chidambaram (P Chidambaram) tweeted, "Today India is such a unique parliamentary democracy where no questions can be asked and where debate is not allowed."
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India has become a unique parliamentary democracy today, where no questions can be asked and no debate is allowed.
India has become a unique country today, where there is no data of such migrants who stayed or died for a long time after coming back home.
– P. Chidambaram (@PChidambaram_IN) September 15, 2020
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He also attacked the central government's statement that the number of migrants who lost their lives during the lockdown was not available, the senior leader said in a series of tweets, "" Today India is a unique country where long distance to their homes There is no data available on the death of migrants or their deaths after reaching home.
The former finance minister also targeted the government for the economic conditions of the country.
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