Issues ranging from alleged telecom scam to Madhu Koda affair coupled with price rise, give all indications of a stormy session of Parliament beginning tomorrow.
Maoist violence on which the Left parties and Trinamool Congress are at loggerheads, problems of cane
growers that have brought several opposition parties together are some other prominent issues which are likely to generate heat in the month-long session.
The report of the Liberhan enquiry commission which went into the demolition of Babri masjid is likely to be
tabled in Parliament that is expected to lead to some commotion between the UPA and the BJP. The Action Taken Report will also be tabled along with the report of the Commission.
Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar, who had just convened a meeting of leaders of political parties to discuss ways and
means to ensure smooth conduct of the proceedings, had spoken in a lighter vein of the session likely to be stormy.
BJP has decided to bring an Adjournment Motion in the Lok Sabha on the first day itself on the Sugarcane (Control)
Amendment Order, 2009, against the UPA government.
The Opposition would also raise issues like plight of Tamilians in Sri Lanka, Climate Change, foreign policy -
especially vis-a-vis China.