New Delhi: The federal government fronted six of its prime ministers to launch a scathing assault on the opposition on Sunday as Rajnath Singh stated the behaviour meted out to the Deputy Chairperson of the Rajya Sabha was not simply “unprecedented” however “shameful”.
He additionally stated that so far as the no confidence movement towards Harivansh Singh is anxious, it’s the prerogative of the Rajya Sabha Chairperson Venkaiah Naidu.
“As far as I know, this has never happened in the history of Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha. This very thing happening in Rajya Sabha is an even bigger matter. There have been attempts made to mislead the farmers on the basis of rumours. What happened (inside the house) was against the decorum of the House,” stated the Union Defence Minister with out taking names of any members.
The higher home noticed a large ruckus on Sunday. An aggressive Derek O’Brien of the TMC, approached the Chair and tore paperwork in entrance of him calling the farm invoice “Kala Kanoon”. He was additionally heard saying, “You cannot do this” to the chair. Even AAP MP Sanjay Singh was seen within the effectively, clapping in entrance of the chair.
Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi dubbed the method of the opposition as “violent behaviour”. Answering the opposition’s cost that their division of votes request was not entertained, Naqvi claimed inspite of repeated requests many members didn’t return to their seats, a prerequisite for the process as sought by the Chair.
Rajnath stated he’s additionally a farmer and reiterated that neither MSP, nor APMC techniques are going to finish.
Whereas refusing to touch upon Harsimrat Kaur’s resignation from the Union Cupboard, Singh stated, “There are some political reasons behind every such decision”.
Six senior ministers had been current within the press convention. Aside from Singh and Naqvi, Prakash Javadekar, Thawar Chand Gehlot, Piyush Goyal and Prahlad Joshi had been additionally current in the course of the media interplay.
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