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Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla got angry after the uproar between the MPs of the opposition and the ruling party. He said how the Parliament would run due to the ruckus and adjourned the session.
The House was adjourned five minutes after it began on Monday following uproar over Rahul Gandhi’s apology and the Adani case. Both the houses were adjourned till 2 pm. Opposition once again demanded JPC on Adani-Hindangarb case. At the same time, the MPs of the ruling party created a ruckus demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi for his statement at Cambridge University.
Earlier on March 13, the session of the second phase of the budget started. The House remained almost adjourned till Friday. After that there were two days off on Saturday and Sunday. The session resumed on Monday but was again adjourned after uproar.
TMC not included in the meeting of opposition parties
Here, the opposition parties held a meeting with Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge before the start of the session. In this, all the leaders unanimously agreed to raise their voice regarding the demand for formation of JPC to investigate the Adani case. Apart from this, the issue of sending police to Rahul Gandhi’s house will also be raised in Parliament. The opposition will demand Rahul to speak on the London speech as well. Mamta Banerjee’s party Trinamool Congress kept a distance even in today’s meeting. None of Mamta’s MP or leader attended today’s meeting of opposition parties.
Delhi Police reached Rahul’s house a day before the session
Delhi Police reached Rahul Gandhi’s house on Sunday, a day before the commencement of the session. Rahul had given a statement regarding the rape victim in Srinagar on January 30, the end of the Bharat Jodo Yatra. The police had reached for questioning in the same case. However, Rahul made the police officers wait for about two hours. Congress said – we will not be afraid.
Rahul made this statement on January 30 during the conclusion of Bharat Jodo Yatra in Srinagar. This video is from that time.
Congress wrote- ‘Did Savarkar understand… the name is Rahul Gandhi’
On late Sunday evening, Rahul Gandhi has given a reply of 4 pages in 10 points through mail on the notice of Delhi Police. Rahul said whether this is happening because of my statement on Adani. I had given the statement 45 days ago, on which suddenly what is the need to give notice? Sexual harassment of women is still happening in the country. Rahul has sought 8-10 days time to file a detailed reply to this notice. At the same time, the Congress wrote on Twitter, ‘Savarkar understood what… the name is Rahul Gandhi’. Read full news…
Opposition united but not with Mamta Banerjee
In the last five-day session, on one hand, about 16 parties of the opposition, including the Congress, were seen together on every front. But the biggest concern for the opposition was the stellar performance of Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress (TMC).
More than 16 leaders of the opposition had held a meeting in the office of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge before the start of the session on last Monday i.e. March 13. After this, Adani appeared on a platform demanding JPC inquiry on Hindenburg report, on the issue of inflation and corruption. Despite Mamta’s MPs protested separately on these issues.
The MPs of Sharad Pawar and Mamata Banerjee did not participate in the opposition demonstration.
On Friday, when leaders of 16 opposition parties led by the Congress came to surround the ED office, Mamata Banerjee’s MPs remained absent in this too. Most of the discussion was about the fact that apart from Mamta’s party, MPs of Sharad Pawar’s NCP also stayed away from this protest march.
Mamata said BJP is making Rahul a hero
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday accused the BJP of stalling Parliament itself over Rahul Gandhi’s recent comments in the UK. The BJP is trying to make Congress leader Rahul Gandhi a hero to divert attention from public issues. Read full news…
Also read these news related to the Parliament session…
1. Uproar in Parliament over Rahul’s statement in London: BJP bid- Apologize, Kharge said- Investigate Adani case
The second phase of the budget session of Parliament was marred by uproar as soon as it began on Monday. In both the Houses of the Parliament, the BJP demanded an apology for the statement made by Rahul Gandhi in London. On this, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said – The government is running away from the investigation on the Adani issue. We are not listened to. We will not give chase like Vikram Betal. Read full news…
2. Anurag Thakur said – Rahul’s attendance is less than the average: yet they go abroad and say that they are not allowed to speak in Parliament
Union Minister Anurag Thakur targeted Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday. Thakur said- Congress MP’s attendance in Lok Sabha is less than the average attendance of MPs and they go abroad and say that they are not allowed to speak. This is an insult to the country. He should come to Parliament and apologise. Read full news…
3. Foot march of 16 opposition parties in Adani case: left for ED office, police already stopped
Lok Sabha-Rajya Sabha proceedings were adjourned till Thursday following heavy ruckus on Wednesday, the third day of the Parliament session. In the morning, 16 leaders of the opposition held a meeting at Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge’s house. As soon as the session was adjourned, the leaders of the opposition came out for a demonstration at the ED office. However, the police had already stopped them. Read full news…
4. Demand of Congress MPs- Let Rahul speak in the House, BJP said- Apologize for the first statement
The proceedings on the 5th day in the Lok Sabha ended within 20 minutes after it began. Due to sloganeering in the House, Speaker Om Birla adjourned the Lok Sabha till Monday. Congress MPs were raising slogans of letting Rahul Gandhi speak. While the BJP has been demanding an apology for Rahul Gandhi’s Cambridge statement for the last 4 days. Read full news…
5. Kharge taunts Modi on the pretext of Oscar: said- I hope the government will not take credit for these awards
From Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge to Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan praised the Indian film industry. During this, Kharge even took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Kharge appreciated RRR song Naatu Naatu winning the Oscar. Took a dig at the government and said, ‘Hope the Modi government doesn’t take credit for these awards.’ Read full news…