They also ridiculed the BJP for brandishing itself as the champion of economic progress, and reminded that the party had opposed computerisation and introduction of technology as well as new economic policy in 1991. Also they blamed the BJP for legitimizing disruptions of Parliament and Arun Jaitley stated that disruption is part of democracy.

The Congress on Friday blamed the pathetic floor management and lack of coordination on the part of government responsible for the washout of the entire monsoon session of Parliament. “The stark fact is that the BJP leaders are not used to democratic temperament, do not have any faith in consensus building, spirit of accommodation or give-and-take,” affirmed Rajya Sabha Opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and his Lok Sabha counterpart Mallikarjun Kharge in a joint statement released at a press conference at the AICC headquarters here.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>They also ridiculed the BJP for brandishing itself as the champion of economic progress, and reminded that the party had opposed computerisation and introduction of technology as well as new economic policy in 1991. Also they blamed the BJP for legitimizing disruptions of Parliament and Arun Jaitley stated that disruption is part of democracy.The joint statement also rejected the charge that the Congress deliberately blocked Parliament as it was opposed the GST Bill as “baseless, malicious and completely falsehood,” noting that it was the Congress that authored and piloted the Bill while the BJP opposed it for several years and at various stages.Refuting the brazen blame slapped on disruptions on the Congress, it said: “Had the BJP government taken action against its minister and CMs, Parliament would have functioned smoothly and all the bills would have been passed.”On the Congress paying back the BJP in the same coin, the two Congress leaders ridiculed the BJP for asserting that it had sought resignations only because of severe indictments, FIRs, CAG reports etc against Congress Ministers and Chief Ministers and none in case of Sushma and its two CMs. They wanted to know if there were any FIR against the Union ministers and CMs of the Congress and if so in which police station that had prompted the BJP to demand resignations of Madhavsinh Solanki, Shivraj Patil, Ashwani Kumar, Pawan Bansal, Shashi Tharoor. Vilasrao Deshmukh and Ashok Rao Chavan.

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Government floor management responsible for Parliament washout : Congress