The Grand Finale is a gathering of speakers from both sides of the divide, including Rahul Gandhi, who is expected to make a personal statement during the session. The session is focusing on the no confidence motion for the 2023 Monsoon session, and there are rumors about Rahul Gandhi’s Lok Sabha presence. The session is expected to be on Rahul Gandhi’s return from Rajasthan, but it is too early to say if he will be present.
The opposition is also concerned about some changes in the speaker list. The Congress believes that if Amitsha acknowledges a severe lapse in Manipur, there should be a fixation of accountability. They have demanded the resignation of the chief minister, but Rahul Gandhi stopped short of asking for the resignation after meeting the governor.
The Prime Minister’s speech will likely include references to Rahul Gandhi, whether he addresses him directly or if there will be a direct attack. The session is expected to be a lively and informative discussion.
The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, is expected to break his silence in Parliament on Manipur today. The no-confidence motion was initiated by opposition leaders, who wanted to get the Prime Minister to speak on the floor of the house. The opposition leaders claimed that they had repeatedly wanted adjournment motions on Manipur, but the speaker’s office rejected them. The focus will be on Modi, who has spoken only about 30 times over nine years and is known for his performance in Parliament. Modi will use this opportunity to list the achievements of the government and will likely spend more time answering issues in Manipur. He is also expected to address India’s global prestige, stating that the country is poised to become the third largest economy in the next five years. The Prime Minister will try to set the debate on his terms, which is a risky opposition move. The Prime Minister intends to drive home his vision for 2024, which includes a new slogan, “Quit India,” which aims to eliminate corruption, the Indian Dynasty, and appeasement.