In the meeting, the opposition parties marched on foot by making a strategy, at Vijay Chowk, Rahul Gandhi said – the government did not let us speak in Parliament

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New Delhi
MPs of opposition parties will meet Rajya Sabha Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu at 12.15 pm to complain about the misbehavior with women MPs in the House. This decision was taken in a meeting called by the leaders of the opposition in both the houses. After the meeting was over, the leaders of the opposition parties marched on foot from Parliament House to Vijay Chowk. There the former Congress president told the media that the ruling party MPs in Parliament did not allow opposition leaders to speak. He accused the government of suppressing the voice of 60% of the country’s population. In response, the government accused the opposition parties of carrying out shameful activities inside and outside Parliament.

Rahul said, the government does not allow us to speak in Parliament
Rahul Gandhi said, ‘Parliament session is over. Clearly, as far as 60% of the country is concerned, there was no Parliament session for them because 60% of the people’s voice was suppressed, harassed and mistreated in the Rajya Sabha. We raised the issue of Pegasus, we asked the government to discuss it. The government refused to discuss Pegasus. Rahul accused the government of preventing the opposition from speaking in Parliament. “We raised the issue of farmers outside Parliament as we were not allowed to do so in Parliament. We also raised the issue of inflation outside the Parliament and today we have come to talk to you because they (the ruling party) do not allow us to speak in the Parliament. This is nothing short of killing the democracy of the country.

Entered private people in Parliament in marshal’s dress: Raut
Shiv Sena’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut, who was involved in the foot march, also slammed the government in front of the media. He said that martial law was imposed in Parliament. Raut said, “Yesterday we saw the murder of democracy, the way private people in Rajya Sabha yesterday tried to attack our MPs by coming in marshal’s dress. These were not marshals, martial law was imposed in Parliament.

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The government also retaliated immediately
However, the ruling party also did not delay in reacting to the allegations of the opposition. Union Minority Welfare Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi accused the opposition of hatching a conspiracy to defame the country. Said, ‘The people of Congress party and some other opposition were saying from the very beginning that we have brought washing machines to wash out the session of Parliament. You are not only defaming the Parliament but conspiracies and conspiracies to defame the entire country. At the same time, BJP’s national spokesperson Sambit Patra described the activities of opposition parties inside and outside Parliament as a blot on democracy. He said, “The kind of behavior that the Congress party and some other opposition parties are behaving on the road today, the way the anarchy has been shown by the opposition parties inside the Parliament, and especially the Congress party under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, shames the entire country and democracy,” he said. Has happened.’

Allegation of misbehavior with women MPs in Rajya Sabha
The opposition alleges that the ruling party did not follow the democratic process in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. The opposition says that the government misbehaved with the opposition MPs in trying to get a bill related to the insurance business passed from the Rajya Sabha. Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Sharad Pawar on Wednesday alleged that women MPs were attacked and more than 40 people from outside the House, including men as well as women, were called to control the opposition MPs. . Pawar called the incident painful and an attack on democracy. He said that in his parliamentary life of 55 years, he had never seen anything like this before. Pawar said, “In my 55 years of parliamentary life, I have never seen such a thing happen as today there were attacks on women MPs in Rajya Sabha. More than 40 men and women were called from outside to control the MPs. It’s painful. This is an attack on democracy.

The government, which says ‘Beti Padhao’, suppresses the voice of daughters: Shiv Sena
At the same time, TMC MP Derek O’Brien and Congress MP Mallikarjun Kharge also strongly criticized the central government for Wednesday’s incident. Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi also criticized the government by saying that the government says – Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, but it tries to suppress the voice of women. He alleged that the MPs were misbehaved in the Rajya Sabha.

[Attribution to NBT]

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