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    Opposition and Ruling Party Engage in Fiery ‘Slogan War’ in Rajya Sabha over Manipur Issue

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    On Thursday, there was a chaotic session in the Rajya Sabha. Opposition MPs expressed their dissatisfaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s silence on the Manipur issue by raising slogans against him. Members from the ruling party responded by chanting in support of the PM.

    During this commotion, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar was addressing the House on foreign affairs. The opposition chanted slogans like ‘INDIA, INDIA’ and criticized the prime minister, while the ruling side chanted ‘Modi, Modi’ enthusiastically.

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    The ‘Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance’ (INDIA) is a coalition of 26 opposition parties, including the Congress party. Their main goal is to prevent Prime Minister Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) from winning a third consecutive term in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

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    On Wednesday, the INDIA coalition will present a no-confidence motion against the Central government in the Lok Sabha. They want Prime Minister Modi to address the Parliament about the situation in Manipur. This decision was made during a meeting of the INDIA coalition.

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    According to an India Today report, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, the Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha, stated that the notice for the no-confidence motion is ready and will be submitted to the Lok Sabha secretary general’s office before 10 am. The Congress party has also issued a whip to its MPs, instructing them to be present at the parliamentary office by 10.30 am for important discussions.

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    The violence in Manipur started on May 3 during a protest march organized by the Meitei community for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status. The situation involves the Meiteis, who make up 53% of Manipur’s population and live in Imphal Valley, and the tribals like Nagas and Kukis, who make up about 40% and live in the hill districts.

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