"I think from Monday onwards Parliament will run (properly). As far as Lok Sabha is concerned, it is going on well. Rajya Sabha (proceedings) will also go on.
"(We have) got some indications (from the opposition parties). Congress also said they will extend support for passage of some Bills. We got positive signals (from the opposition). We are also keen to pass them," Naidu told reporters here at a press conference.
The Minister said, "We hope that GST Bill and Real Estate Bill and other Bills, if they support, will benefit the nation. If you have any objections with regard to Bills, please discuss in the Parliament. But don't stall the proceedings."
Naidu appealed to the main opposition Congress party to cooperate in passing of the important Bills. "Our appeal to the opposition, mainly to Congress, is that these bills are your bills (proposed during your regime) only. Please support these bills. We can do a lot in the remaining three days (of Parliament session)," he said.

The Minister said as many as 18 Bills are pending for clearance in Rajya Sabha as on today.
Hitting out at Congress President Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Naidu said their party is playing 'politics of vendetta'.
Ridiculing the agitation programmes undertaken by Congress party workers yesterday in support of their leaders who appeared before a court in Delhi in connection with the National Herald case, the minister said the leaders should set examples and standards in public life with their acts.


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