Sonia Gandhi’s letter to PM Modi covers nine concerns, including the situation in Manipur.

Former Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing concern over the lack of a specified agenda for the upcoming special session of parliament, which is scheduled to commence on September 18. In her letter, she emphasized that the special session had been convened without prior consultation with other political parties, leaving them unaware of its agenda. The information provided was limited to the allocation of all five days for government business.

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Sonia Gandhi also urged for discussions on several important issues during this special session, such as the relationship between the Centre and states, the rise of communalism, the situation in Manipur, and the border conflict with China. She expressed hope that these issues would be addressed in a spirit of constructive cooperation during the session.

This development follows the recent controversy surrounding the use of “Bharat” instead of “India” in official G20 Summit invitations, which led to discussions about a potential name change for the country. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra shared a document referring to the Prime Minister as the “Prime Minister of Bharat” during his visit to Indonesia.

There are speculations that the government might propose a resolution to change the country’s name in the upcoming five-day special session of parliament. The absence of a clear agenda announcement by the government has contributed to these speculations.

The special session of parliament is scheduled to take place from September 18 to 22, with the session initially commencing in the old parliament building and later moving to the new building on September 19.

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