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Opposition creates ruckus in both houses over lapse in security of Parliament

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New Delhi: Opposition members in the Lok Sabha also created a ruckus on Friday over the issue of security lapses in Parliament, due to which no business could be conducted in the House and the proceedings were adjourned till 11 am on Monday after a one-time adjournment. Members of opposition parties are demanding Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement and discussion in the House on the issue of security lapse. 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]Two youths, whose signature was found on the ‘pass’ to enter the Parliament House, on Wednesday jumped into the House from the audience gallery of the Lok Sabha. Were.

Presiding Chairman Rajendra Aggarwal adjourned the proceedings till 2 pm within seconds of its commencement. Opposition members had also created a ruckus in the House on Thursday over the issue of security lapse. Thirteen opposition members, including Congress and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), were on Thursday suspended for the remaining period of the ongoing winter session for contempt and disrespect for the chair in the House. In the Lok Sabha, Congress’s VK Srikandan, Benny Behanan, Mohammed Javed, Manickam Tagore, TN Prathapan, Hibi Eden, Jotimani, Ramya Haridas and Dean Kuriakose, DMK’s Kanimozhi, Communist Party of India-Marxist’s S. Venkatesan and P.R. Natarajan and Communist Party of India (CPI)’s K. Subbarayan have been suspended. On Wednesday, the anniversary of the 2001 terror attack on Parliament, a major security lapse came to light when two people jumped into the House from the visitors’ gallery during the Lok Sabha proceedings and used a ‘cane’ to throw yellow paint at the Parliament. Spread smoke. Both were caught immediately after the incident. The two persons who jumped into the house have been identified as Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D.

Uproar in Rajya Sabha also

Opposition members created a ruckus in the Rajya Sabha on Friday after Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar rejected the demand for immediate discussion by suspending the listed business on the issue of lapse in security of Parliament, due to which the proceedings of the House were adjourned once. Adjourned for the day. Due to the uproar, neither Zero Hour, nor Question Hour, nor any important legislative business could be conducted in the Upper House. As soon as the Upper House meeting resumed at 2 pm, the opposition members stood up in their places and requested to allow Leader of the Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge to speak. Meanwhile, Leader of the House Piyush Goyal also stood up and wanted to say something. At the same time, uproar and noise started from the ruling party and the opposition. Dhankhar requested both the parties to calm down and said that he wanted to announce something in the House. However, the uproar and noise continued and they adjourned the proceedings for the day. Earlier, shortly after the commencement of the proceedings of the Upper House at 11 am, it was adjourned till 2 pm. At the beginning of the day’s proceedings, Chairman Dhankhar got the necessary documents placed on the table of the House and then informed that he had received a total of 23 notices under Rule 267 related to adjournment to discuss the issue of security lapse in Parliament. The Chairman said that he has already informed the House on this issue that the matter is being investigated. After this, the opposition members stood at their places and started creating ruckus. During this, Raghav Chadha of Aam Aadmi Party tried to raise the question of order by gesturing with his hand.

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