Opposition walks out of the Lok Sabha as they soften its offensive over china as the government defends the fuel price.

New Delhi Lok Sabha: Parties of Opposition on Thursday softened and showed heart to their aggression in the Lok Sabha over the border standoff with China and discussion about the other issues. They just walked out after petroleum minister Hardeep Singh Puri defended the handling of the domestic fuel price. 

Members of the opposition made comments on the border issue and they did not unite and vociferously demand the House discussion on the issue of a staged walkout over it. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary asked the government about how the aggression of China at the border and Chinese trade with India was growing rapidly and continuously. 

A senior opposition MP said that the government is not agreeing to the discussion in the House itself about the Border issue. They maintain the Business Advisory Committee meeting on Monday and decide on the matter. We will raise the issue of Border matter in the BAG but our House members have many other issues to have a discussion on in the House.

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