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Opposition Meets To Evolve Joint Strategy For Parliament Session

Among the parties that attended the meeting include the Congress, DMK, JDU, AAP, CPI (M), CPI, Kerala Congress, RLD, NCP, National Conference, IUML, SS (Uddhav), MDMK, RSP, RJD and JMM.

Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge with the other Opposition leaders
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Leaders of 16 opposition parties met in Parliament House on Monday to evolve a joint strategy to corner the government on several issues ahead of the start of the second part of the Budget session.

The opposition leaders met in the chamber of Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge and decided to raise the issues of alleged misuse of investigative agencies and the Adani matter.

Among the parties that attended the meeting include the Congress, DMK, JDU, AAP, CPI (M), CPI, Kerala Congress, RLD, NCP, National Conference, IUML, SS (Uddhav), MDMK, RSP, RJD and JMM.

Several leaders, including from the AAP and the BRS, have given adjournment notices in both Houses to discuss the alleged misuse of probe agencies. 

Earlier, Congress MPs met here to evolve the party's strategy with CPP Chairperson Sonia Gandhi, party chief Mallikarjun Kharge, its Leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Chowdhury.

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