New Delhi : Union Parliamentary Minister Venkaiah Naidu met All India Congress Committee president Sonia Gandhi today to talk about the passage of basic bills in the up and coming spending plan session of Parliament.
The administration is enthusiastic about passing the much-essential Goods and Services Tax (GST) change and the Real Estate bill, yet the Congress remains as an obstacle in its route, particularly in the Rajya Sabha where the legislature hates a majority.
Naidu hence looks for the participation of the Congress party in the section of bills, sources said.
Naidu additionally told Sonia that the administration was prepared to call an early Budget session, if required and if all parties consent to it.
The GST bill was not passed in Parliament in the midst of the hullabaloo over the National Herald discussion in which Congress pioneers Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi were named charged by the court.
Even though the government enjoys a brute majority in the Lok Sabha, it was unable to build a consensus on the GST bill. The Rajya Sabha was much less productive than the lower house.