New Delhi: Accusing the BJP-led government of being in a "perpetual mode of confrontation", Congress on Monday said that talk of a special session of Parliament was "not going to be viable" unless there was a change in its mindset.
Even as the Centre has announced that the controversial land Ordinance, a bone of contention with the Opposition, would not be re-promulgated, Congress said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should apologise to the nation as he has "wasted 10 months of development" by enacting the Ordinance.
The party also warned the prime minister against using agencies of the government to target the opposition and hoped that details of such alleged "abuse" would tumble out soon.
Speaking to reporters here, senior party spokesman Anand Sharma said that the opposition would not be cowed down by such tactics.
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