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Jagdeep Dhankhar wrote a letter to Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, said this big thing

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Jagdeep Dhankhar wrote a letter to Mallikarjun Kharge

New Delhi: The winter session of Parliament has ended. This session was very noisy. 146 MPs were suspended from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. All these MPs were from opposition parties. This session of the House was to be adjourned after Friday’s action, but it was adjourned on Thursday itself. Now after this, Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar has written a letter to the Leader of Opposition of the House Mallikarjun Kharge. In this letter he has said many things to Mallikarjuna.

Jagdeep Dhankhar, in a letter to Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge, has said that paralyzing the House by making demands that are unacceptable from the floor is unfortunate and against public interest. Sources said on Friday that Dhankhar has written a letter to Kharge saying that the Congress leader’s refusal to meet him during the winter session of Parliament is not in accordance with parliamentary traditions. Let us tell you that opposition MPs protested repeatedly in the Upper House on the issue of lapses in the security of Parliament. They were demanding a discussion on the issue of lapse in security of Parliament in view of the December 13 incident and a statement from Union Home Minister Amit Shah on this. Due to the protests, 46 MPs were suspended from the House for the session.

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A notice of breach of privilege was served against Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’Brien and the matter was referred to the privilege committee. Quoting the letter, sources said Dhankhar expressed ‘pain’ that his efforts to hold a meeting with Kharge to ensure smooth functioning of the House did not receive support from the Congress leader. Dhankhar said that as per the parliamentary system, talks with the presiding officer are a high priority. He also said he was looking forward to talks with the opposition leader to move forward in a healthy manner.

146 MPs suspended from both houses

There was a security breach in the Lok Sabha during the three-week winter session of Parliament, with 146 MPs suspended and Trinamool Congress member Mahua Moitra expelled. In the session that began on December 4, proceedings in the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were largely peaceful in the first week, but things changed after the December 13 incident of lapse in Parliament security. On the anniversary of the terrorist attack on Parliament in 2001, two persons – Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D, jumped into the House from the audience gallery of the Lok Sabha during Zero Hour and released yellow gas from a can. However, the MPs caught him.

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