In contest to maintain federalism alive, says RJD’s Jha


New Delhi, September 13

RJD MP Manoj Jha, who’s Opposition’s joint candidate for the publish of Rajya Sabha deputy chairperson, mentioned he had accepted the candidature regardless of numbers within the House not favouring him for one cause and that was the well being of parliamentary democracy and to maintain alive the federal scheme of the Constitution.

Talking to The Tribune, Jha mentioned he as soon as misplaced a pupil union election by three votes and after his defeat, fellow college students had regretted the ballot end result.

Urging Rajya Sabha members to “stand up and be counted” in entrance of individuals of the nation, he mentioned regional events “should think before deciding on supporting candidates”.

“It is the collective wish of the Opposition that this election must not be seen as a contest for power to legislate at the level of the Centre. It should also not be seen as a contest between two individuals,” asserts Jha. — TNS



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