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Harsimrat Kaur’s statement on Nishikant Dubey’s tweet, said – Parliament is the safest place in the country

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Harsimrat Kaur Badal

Opposition MPs created a ruckus in the Lok Sabha on Friday over the lapse in security of Parliament. Due to this, no work could be done in the House and the proceedings of the House had to be adjourned once again till 11 am on Monday. On BJP MP Nishikant Dubey’s tweet on this matter, Shiromani Akali Dal MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal said that this is a serious breach of security. This is no small matter. People consider Parliament as the safest place in the country. But if unemployed youth do this there then where is the security.

Harsimrat Kaur targeted the Center

Harsimrat Kaur said, this is a big violation and a big cause for concern. It has become a new norm that if you ask them (the Centre) questions they throw you out and suspend you. We are just grateful that none of them (accused) were from the minority community, otherwise the case would have been different. It was the BJP MP who passed it. If he had been an opposition MP, this matter would have been different. Let us tell you that there was a lot of uproar in the Lok Sabha on Friday. Members of the opposition parties were demanding Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement and discussion in the House on the Parliament security lapse issue.

House proceedings adjourned till Monday

As soon as the proceedings of the House started at 2 pm after a one-time adjournment, the opposition members started creating ruckus. Presiding Chairman Kirit Solanki immediately adjourned the proceedings till 11 am on Monday. Earlier, as soon as the House meeting started at 11 am, the opposition members came near the podium raising slogans on the issue of lapse in security of Parliament. Opposition MPs were demanding Home Minister Amit Shah to give a statement in the House on this issue. Some members also had posters in their hands. A demand for discussing the issue of security in Parliament was written on a poster. Some members were also demanding the resignation of Home Minister Shah. Some opposition members were also demanding action against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Pratap Simha, whose signature was found on the ‘pass’ to enter the Parliament House. On Wednesday, two youths jumped into the House from the audience gallery of the Lok Sabha. Were.

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