79 members of Parliament suspended in India

79 members of Parliament suspended in India

79 members of Parliament suspended in India.79 MPs were suspended on Monday during the winter session of the Parliament of India. Among them are members of both houses of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Earlier last week, 14 MPs were suspended. As a result, the number of suspended MPs is now more than 90.

This information is known from the reports of the Indian media.30 members of the Lok Sabha have been suspended for the rest of the session till December 22, NDTV said in a report. Also, the three remain suspended until the special committee submits its report on the conduct.

Apart from this, 46 members of the Rajya Sabha have also been suspended, out of which 35 will not be able to participate in the rest of the session and 11 will remain suspended pending a report.

Anandabazar newspaper said that the opposition parliamentarians came together with the security measures of the new parliament building in the middle of the speech of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Loud shouting started in the parliament room.

First, the speaker adjourned the meeting until 2:45 PM local time, then 3:00 PM. Despite that, the Speaker temporarily suspended more than 30 members of parliament as the situation heated up

Two media reported that Lok Sabha Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and deputy leader Gaurav Gogoi were also suspended that day.

Adhir was suspended for using ‘unparliamentary words’ in the last Badal session as well. Many Trinamool MPOs from West Bengal state are on the list of suspended MPs. Speaker suspended Kalyan Banerjee, Aparupa Poddar, Prasoon Banerjee, Sunil Mondal, Saugata Roy, Kakali Ghosh Dastidar, Pratima Mondal, Asit Mal, Shatabdi Roy. Apart from this, the list includes three DMK MPs — TR Balu, A Raja and Dayanidhi Maran.After being suspended again, Adhir Chowdhury said, ‘BJP has majority.

By doing so, the parliament is showing its muscle power. They want to turn the parliament into the office of BJP and RSS.

The Congress leader also said in the Lok Sabha, “The Union Home Minister’s statement was demanded on the way the security of the Parliament has collapsed. Although they talk a lot outside, they do not say anything in the parliament. By raising that question, the opposition is being attacked.

Sagar and Manoranjan jumped into the chamber from the D Gallery during the session of India’s Lok Sabha last Wednesday. After that, he threw color bombs and spread yellow smoke. Soon they were caught and handed over to the security guards. Neelam Azad and Amal Shinde were arrested at the same time from outside Parliament. They were shouting slogans outside. Two more people were arrested in connection with the Parliament security breach. Lalit and Mahesh Kunawat surrendered at Delhi police station. The court ordered all of them to be in police custody for seven days. Since this day, the discussion about the security of the Lok Sabha is going on.

It should be noted that Mamata Banerjee is currently in Delhi. There is a meeting of opposition alliance ‘India’ on Tuesday. The day before that, many people in the political circles believe that this incident will further unite the opposition camp.

79 members of Parliament suspended in India

79 members of Parliament suspended in India 79 members of Parliament suspended in India 79 members of Parliament suspended in India

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