The federal government ought to seek the advice of consultants and maintain dialogues with the affected individuals earlier than asserting coverage reforms, BJP MP Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar stated in Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
Shejwalkar, the MP from Gwalior, raised the problem of ‘dialogue and dialogue with consultants and affected stakeholders on coverage reforms’ beneath rule 377. He stated “unreasonable opposition” to the three farm legal guidelines and the Agnipath scheme, which is an “vital step” for army modernisation, is a matter of concern.
“Earlier than asserting reforms, the federal government ought to seek the advice of consultants in that subject and maintain session with the affected individuals in order that there isn’t any impediment within the implementation of public pleasant insurance policies,” Shejwalkar stated. This, he stated, will verify those that create an “ambiance of negativity”.
Arun Kumar Sagar, BJP MP from Shahjahanpur, raised the problem of alleged irregularities in implementation of works beneath Jal Jeevan Mission in UP and stated work in his constituency has been allotted to a Hyderabad-based agency. “Throughout visits to the constituency, I’ve obtained complaints concerning work…which isn’t as per requirements,” Sagar stated.
Alleging that public cash is being misused and the federal government’s picture is being tarnished, he urged the Centre to order an inquiry into this.