From Bihar’s Encephalitis deaths to black money issue, News Nation’s prestigious Hamari Sansad Sammelan witnessed a fiery start. The Session 1 of Hamari Sansad, moderated by News Nation’s Ajay Kumar, saw a powerful debate between BJP’s Shahnawaz Hussain and RJD’s Raghuvansh Prasad Singh. Hussain was seen fiercely defending NDA ally and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over Encephalitis deaths. “How can Nitish Kumar’s resignation resolve the issue? He can only change things if he is in the government,” Hussain told News nation’s Ajay Kumar. On black money, Hussain said that he can’t divulge the details but huge amount of black money has returned to India.
However, Raghuvansh Prasad Singh countered the BJP leader and said that, "chowkidar ke naak ke niche se bhag gaye Nirav Modi aur Vijay Mallya." Talking about the bumper verdict, Shahnawaz Hussain said that, “for the first time, people didn’t consider Opposition even for its Opposition leader, let aside the government.” On jobs, the BJP spokesperson said that, “we changed the definition of employment. First only government jobs used to be considered ‘real’ jobs. But now, jobs in private sector are growing. We will fill all the pending vacancies soon.”
‘Pakistan ki chemotherapy baki hai’
National security was one of the prime agendas of the BJP during Lok Sabha Elections. So, when quizzed over the situation on our borders, Hussain said that Modi government will eradicate the cancer of terrorism. When Raghuvansh Prasad attacked him and said that soldiesr are still dying, Husain said that, “Pakistan ki chemotherapy baki hai.”
Nobody can rival what Sonia and Rahul's feat: Raghuvansh Prasad Singh
RJD’s Raghuvansh Prasad Singh spoke extensively about how Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi have shown selfless politics. Hailing the Gandhis for ‘tyag ki bhaavna,’ Singh said that Sonia Gandhi sacrificed PM’s post, Rahul Gandhi is ready give away the Congress chief position, nobody can dare to do that.
While the BJP-led NDA has 353 members, the saffron party has a majority on its own with 303 members in the 545-member Lok Sabha. The Congress with 52 seats is the second largest party in the house.