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The decision forced Opposition to stage a walkout in the Rajya Sabha. The Opposition continued demanding for a resolution even as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that the government has not changed India's foreign policy on the Palestinian issue.

The Gaza issue was debated in Rajya Sabha on Monday for three hours as a short duration discussion. Replying to the debate, Sushma said that the government wanted to send a message to both Israel and Palestine that they should accept truce proposal offered by Egypt.

Sushma rejected the demand for a resolution and pointed out that the Rule under which discussion was taken up does not provide for any resolution.

Following the minister's rejection for a resolution, Deputy Chairman of the Upper House P J Kurien said the government has not agreed for a resolution and both sides were also not able to reach a consensus on it. Though the Opposition members staged a walk out, the BJD and AIADMK MPs remained inside the House.

Sushma r recited the poems of renowned lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi to stress that the government has not sided with Israel and it was interested in seeing ceasefire in the region.

Reacting to Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad's allegations that the government had failed to take action on time, the minister said India reacted to this development on July 15 itself in the joint statement of BRICS.

Sushma informed the House that diplomatic relations with Israel were established by India in 1992 when P V Narasimha Rao was the Prime Minister. Sushma said that the fighting between Isreal and Palestinians could end if both of them accept a ceasefire proposal mooted by Egypt.

Sushma strongly rejected the claims that Modi Government was lukewarm on Gaza because it involved Muslims, Sushma said, "We do not discriminate on the basis of religion."

Govt refuses to pass resolution condemning Israel

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Watch out for Protests across india but i can asure you that this time the security forces won't be able to kill the youth but rather the other way around
 

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Watch out for Protests across india but i can asure you that this time the security forces won't be able to kill the youth but rather the other way around

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Does your infinite wisdom now predict anarchy because of this?

The GOI has made its decision and the other parties need to respect it. We are a matured democracy and not some 3rd rate republic which sinks into anarchy for such ridiculous reasons.
 

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Does your infinite wisdom now predict anarchy because of this?

The GOI has made its decision and the other parties need to respect it. We are a matured democracy and not some 3rd rate republic which sinks into anarchy for such ridiculous reasons.

As a responsible neighbour,i had done my duty by warning you guys.The rest your country,your rules
 

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The decision forced Opposition to stage a walkout in the Rajya Sabha. The Opposition continued demanding for a resolution even as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that the government has not changed India's foreign policy on the Palestinian issue.

The Gaza issue was debated in Rajya Sabha on Monday for three hours as a short duration discussion. Replying to the debate, Sushma said that the government wanted to send a message to both Israel and Palestine that they should accept truce proposal offered by Egypt.

Sushma rejected the demand for a resolution and pointed out that the Rule under which discussion was taken up does not provide for any resolution.

Following the minister's rejection for a resolution, Deputy Chairman of the Upper House P J Kurien said the government has not agreed for a resolution and both sides were also not able to reach a consensus on it. Though the Opposition members staged a walk out, the BJD and AIADMK MPs remained inside the House.

Sushma r recited the poems of renowned lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi to stress that the government has not sided with Israel and it was interested in seeing ceasefire in the region.

Reacting to Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad's allegations that the government had failed to take action on time, the minister said India reacted to this development on July 15 itself in the joint statement of BRICS.

Sushma informed the House that diplomatic relations with Israel were established by India in 1992 when P V Narasimha Rao was the Prime Minister. Sushma said that the fighting between Isreal and Palestinians could end if both of them accept a ceasefire proposal mooted by Egypt.

Sushma strongly rejected the claims that Modi Government was lukewarm on Gaza because it involved Muslims, Sushma said, "We do not discriminate on the basis of religion."

Govt refuses to pass resolution condemning Israel

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Nice to see this new Govt is not bowing down to Vote bank
 

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Gessler

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Watch out for Protests across india but i can asure you that this time the security forces won't be able to kill the youth but rather the other way around

Just so you know, hundreds of muslims are clashing with police in cities like Paris, but in India, there isn't even
one such demonstration so far, let alone public protest. The Muslims here are cowards. They know they'll be
spanked by RSS if they start such riots.
 

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