There is a continuous mobilization in the monsoon session of Parliament. The Congress party will raise the issue of mob lynching in the Lok Sabha on Friday. The Congress says the government is not taking this issue seriously, they should answer. Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge said that we want a debate over this issue for a long time but the government is not responding. Kharge said that we do not want to take up the issue of suspension of our 6 parliamentarians, we just want to debate the issue of Mob Lynching. During the Monsoon Session of Parliament, Congress created ruckus in Lok Sabha on the issue of mob lynching. In Lok Sabha, 6 Congress MPs who poked paper towards Speaker Sumitra Mahajan suspended.
After the Lok Sabha witnessed uproar during the zero hour, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan suspended six Congress MPs for five days citing unruly behavior.The MP’s are Gourav Gogoi, K. Suresh, Adhiranjan Chowdhary, Ranjeet Ranjan, Sushmita Dev and MK Raghwan.
During the Monsoon Session of Parliament, Congress raised objections in the Lok Sabha on the issue of lobbying. In Lok Sabha, 6 Congress MPs who poked paper towards Speaker Sumitra Mahajan suspended. The Speaker has suspended Gaurav Gogoi, K Suresh, Adhir Ranjan, Ranjeet Ranjan and Sushmita Dev for 5 days. the Opposition members demanded the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s presence to discuss the incidents of lynching in the name of cow protection.Congress members tore and flung papers on the Chair and raised slogans against the government.
Even after the Speaker’s repeated appeals for calm went unheeded and she adjourned the House for lunch. The ruling party members demanded the re-opening of the Bofors case.It is worth mentioning that earlier this week, including the Congress; the opposition had also debated the issue in Parliament. The Congress presented a 40-page dossier in Parliament. The BJP reversed the 40-page dossier given by Congress. Samrat Sitar said in the press conference that there is no name of separatists in Dozier, Congress simply wants to stop the proceeding of Parliament.Sambit Patra had said that our government is not banning any film, but Congress is trying to ban the Indu-Sarkar. The Prime Minister had already issued a statement about cow protection despite Congress wants to make it an issue.
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