"We have no problem. Government is ready to discuss any issue; government is ready to discuss every issue," Naidu said, amid indications that the Opposition might aggressively take up the Arunachal Pradesh and Rohith's suicide in Parliament.
    
"Neither in Arunachal Pradesh (issue) nor in Hyderabad (Central) University...Government of India is not in the picture anywhere," Naidu added.
    
As for whether he fears that these two issues would lead to disruption in the Houses by the Opposition parties, the Minister said: "It's for the Congress...(to decide) whether they want democracy to function or they want to disrupt. That's their choice".
    
Expressing hope that Parliament would be allowed to function and people's issues are taken up, Naidu said: "I only suggest: 'discuss, debate, decide; do not disrupt (proceedings in Parliament.'

 

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