Venkaiah Naidu says no use giving importance to useless DDCA-linked accusations

New Delhi : Reiterating the absurdity of the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) accusation against Finance Minister Arun Jaitley with regard to an alleged scam in the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA), Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Friday said giving importance to useless accusations would be a sheer waste of time.

“Arun Jaitley is one of the most honest sincere, intelligent minister. There is no issue of any discussion here in parliament because the issue is not connected with the parliament.

There is no use of giving any importance to useless accusation. Arun Jaitley doesn’t want any certificate from them,” Naidu told media here.

Naidu further said, “if you try to spit on the sun, it will fall back on your face, criticizing Jaitleyji is like this.”

On the continuous disruption of Parliament, the minister said that if they (Congress) have divergent views, which is natural in a democracy, they must insist on having a discussion, but they’re disrupting.

People expect Parliament to legislate for their better future .Don’t know what are reasons for the Congress to stall these legislations

“AAP is totally wrong and we don’t want to get involved in that. We are more concerned about the non-functioning of the Rajya Sabha because all important bills are pending in the Rajya Sabha.

The Lok Sabha has passed around 12 bills or more and people are waiting that it will be passed in the Rajya Sabha also, that is the burning issue.

I humbly request that they should allow the functioning of the parliament. Congress Party should answer on why the house is not functioning. We don’t have any problems if they take credit, but they should let the house function,” he added.

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