New Delhi, Oct.16 : The Bharatiya Janata Party will train its guns on the UPA Government, raising issues like terrorism, the financial crisis, internal security and increase in inflation during the Parliament session which begins from Friday.
Party spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said the BJP would also highlight discrepancies in the loan waiver scheme and the recent incidents of violence in Assam.
Replying to a question, Javadekar said that the Central Government should reduce oil prices, as international prices had come down heavily in the last few days.
The BJP also demanded that the Congress apologize for the actions of some of its leaders, who raised doubts about the Batla House encounter in Jamia Nagar, in face of the facts presented by the police to the Delhi High Court through an affidavit.
"Congress leaders, including a senior minister had joined some of the sympathizers of the terrorists in the garb of Human Right Organisations, whose sole intention is to defame and denigrate the police. Now, after the proof of the false certificate presented by the terrorists in Jamia University has come into the open, the BJP hopes that the exercise of sympathizing with terrorists will come to an end, the release added.
The Parliament session, which begins on Friday, will witness discussions on the Indo-US civil nuclear agreement, violence in Orissa and Karnataka, the recent bomb blasts, the state of internal security and the global crisis.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Vyalar Ravi said here that the UPA Government planned to introduce 16 bills during the session.
The list includes Prevention of Corruption amendment bill, the Representation of the People,( second amendment bill), the Right of Children to free and compulsory education bill and Prevention of Money Laundering amendment bill, Ravi informed.
Responding to queries about the fate of the Women's Reservation Bill, Ravi said that the bill is with the Parliametnary Standing Committee. It can be only taken up once it is sent back to Parliament.
The session will last till November 21, and will have 24 sittings spread over 36 days.