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Not convincing

The NDA's arguments regarding its boycott of Parliament are not convincing. If it has problems with Lalu Prasad it should boycott him, not Parliament.

It appears that the NDA members are trying to avoid discussion on the issues related to the CAG report on the corruption in arms purchases and some other financial irregularities.

Ritesh Kumar Mallik,
Patna

It is time the NDA gets over its obsession with boycott of Parliament and behaves like a responsible Opposition group. Any contentious issue can be resolved through amicable discussion with the ruling coalition.

Renu Baliyan,
New Delhi

The NDA has a strong case for boycotting Parliament. If the presence of charge sheeted Ministers in the NDA Government can become a precedent to justify the presence of such Ministers in the UPA Government, why should the NDA not be justified in following the precedents set by the Congress in stalling and boycotting Parliament?

Hilda Raja,
Chennai

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