Monsoon session: Oppn to corner Govt on Kashmir,China

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Targeting the government on the Kashmir issue, he said the government "closed all doors for dialogue" on it which led to "political suffocation" in the Valley.

Amid the much-awaited presidential election, Monsoon session of Parliament begins on Monday.

"If the opposition demands a discussion on some current issues, we will discuss the same in the business advisory committee and the chairman will decide the time and date of discussion", Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi told PTI.

The government meanwhile has a series of legislations to be passed in Parliament.

Earlier, talking to reporters outside Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoped that the session will be productive.

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The Prime Minister also called on all the party to support the war against corruption, which has been initiated by the government. The government's agenda for the session includes tabling of 34 bills. Issues like the flood situation in Assam and other northeastern states, violence over Gorkhaland, fallout of demonetisation and disinvestment of PSUs may also be raised.

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, while making the obituary references, also condemned the terrorist attack on Amarnath pilgrims and described it as a "cowardly" act.

A united opposition is all set to raise the heat on the government over other key issues like the action of law enforcement agencies against some opposition leaders over corruption, fallout of the goods and services tax (GST), the agrarian crisis and the policy towards Pakistan. Before the rollout of GST on July 1, Opposition parties had protested claiming that the nation was not ready for GST.

The Congress party today said differences with China over Kashmir were a new focal point, and the party will seek a debate in parliament on the issue.