New Delhi: Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday said the government was ready to discuss all issues the Congress wanted to be discussed in the budget session of parliament.
"Whether it is the rail budget, the general budget or the vote of thanks on the presidential address, the government is ready to discuss all issues after the budget gets passed in the parliament," Naidu said.
"The government was also ready to discuss the JNU row, Hyderabad issue or reservation, and it was not hesitating to discuss any issue if allowed by the chair," he said. The government was "not going to shutdown the Jawaharlal Nehru University", he said. There are misconceptions that the university was going to be closed, he said, adding these "are all propaganda". (IANS)