President's address likely to be discussed in parliament today...
On monday morning, protests are expected to last throughout the first half, according to opposition leaders, but they want talks to begin at 2 p.m. Opposition parties are prepared to take part in Monday's debate on the President's speech in both Houses after causing two days of disruption in Parliament.
However, despite a collapse in the share prices of its listed companies, they will attempt to corner the government over the exposure of the bank of india-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>state bank of india and the life insurance corporation of india to the adani Group, according to persons with knowledge of the situation.
In order to include everyone, the congress party has scheduled a meeting with the opposition groups for monday morning. While the majority of parties support resuming the discussion, they expressed their disagreement with the idea of creating a joint parliamentary committee to look into the adani situation.
The Trinamool congress, the Aam Aadmi Party, and a few other parties want a supreme Court-monitored investigation, the persons said, while congress and some of its allies are adamant about their demand for a legislative penalty.
With reference to prime minister Narendra Modi's remarks at the G20 summit on taking action against safe havens for criminals, locating and unconditionally extraditing money launderers, and dismantling the maze of convoluted international laws and excessive banking secrecy that serve to conceal the corrupt and their deeds, the congress posed three questions to him on Sunday.