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Oppn targets Govt, stormy Winter Session expected

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New Delhi: A confrontation looms as the Winter Session of Parliament begins on Tuesday. The NDA has decided to target Home Minister P Chidambaram on the 2G issue and there are signs of the Left and right coming together to corner the Government on price rise and black money issues. The UPA plans to fight back by listing several bills for passage.
But the Opposition is charged up and the BJP has warned that it has a huge list against the Government.
BJP deputy leader SS Ahluwalia said, "Until Chidambaram's resignation is accepted we will boycott him."
Government realises that this session too is likely to be a repeat of the previous session, which saw the Government pushed to a corner by a combined attack by Team Anna and the Opposition.
"We can in a co-operative manner at least can take up those bill that are entirely for the benefit of our people," BJP leader Salman Khurshid said.
The Government is aware that the Opposition has got enough issues to hit out at the govt so it hopes to fight back by tabling bills to show its capability of governance.
Government targetting passing two bills a day during the 21-day Winter Session. As many as 31 Bills are listed for passing and 23 for introductions.
The important bills slated are Lokpal Bill, Whistle Blowers Bill, Judicial Standards Accountability Bill, National Food Security Bill and Prevention of Money Laundering (Amendment) Bill.
To register its governance, the Government plans major policy decisions, like FDI in multi-brand retail, foreign airlines investment in civil aviation, FDI in pension, new manufacturing policy and company law, and changes in telecom policy.
However, it's unlikely that the Opposition will be placated or silenced.

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