The Opposition attack is set to gain momentum from next Monday when the government brings its legislative agenda on the table after a two-day special sitting to discuss Constitution and its maker B R Ambedkar on his 125th birth anniversary.

The government has called an all-party meeting today. BJP parliamentary party executive and NDA constituents will meet later at the Prime Minister's residence followed by an all-party meeting called by the Speaker. NDA ministers discussed legislative proposals to be brought before consideration of both the Houses of Parliament which include three Bills relating to replacement of Ordinances, GST Bill, Real Estate Regulation Bill etc.

The government is likely to take the line in Parliament that the Centre and BJP have nothing to do with these incidents and put the ball in the court of the states. The view in the government is that there was no reason for it to be defensive in these matters but at the same time it should be ready to discuss them if the Opposition insists for the same.

On GST, the government's woes are far from over. CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury said yesterday that "government has not done its homework on GST Bill. It has not convened an all-party meeting, which it should have done to discuss the same''.

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