BHOPAL: Power supply is erratic and we are dreaming of Digital India. Foreign companies are being invited and we are talking of Make in India. ‘Aata’ is getting costlier by the day, data is getting cheaper. Has surgical strike ended terrorism? The government wants ‘sabka saath’ but it is not interested in sabka vikas. These are among the questions that were raised during Question Hour at the Youth Parliament organised at Career College of Law here on Monday. The event was organised under the aegis of Pandit Kunjilal Dube National Parliamentary Academy and was inaugurated by Virendra Kumar Batham, principal secretary, parliamentary affairs department. The opposition launched a bitter assault on the government, describing demonetisation as a ‘Tuglaqui Farman’. The sitting began with Vande Mataram. Next, oath was administered to the newly-elected MPs followed by tributes to the former members of Parliament. The opposition sought an explanation from the minister on his statement on Ram temple and commented on Romeo squads.