The first week of the second phase of the budget session in the Lok Sabha was one of least productive With the BJP insisting on an apology from Rahul and the opposition demanding a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) inquiry into the matter, the proceedings were stalled for five consecutive days. Adani Issue.
Didn’t say anything anti-India, will speak in Parliament if allowed: Rahul Gandhi
Except for one occasion when the entire Rajya Sabha came together to cheer the Oscars for the song “Naatu Naatu” from the film “RRR” and the documentary “The Elephant Whispers”, even the Upper House was Hanging in the balance during.
BJP leaders said on Rahul Gandhi’s statement – unfortunately we do not have words
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla urged all MPs to bring the House in order so that the day’s proceedings could go on. “All of you have been sent by your voters to participate in the proceedings and not to raise slogans. I cannot run the House until it settles,” Birla said before adjourning the House after 15 minutes.
In Rajya Sabha, soon after the listing of papers, Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar said that he had received 11 adjournment notices, which were rejected. Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge tried to speak but was not allowed, leading to ruckus by opposition members.
BJP’s chief spokesperson Anil Baluni said that the Congress and the opposition parties are solely responsible for the current impasse in Parliament. “The statement made by Rahul Gandhi in London was an attack on Indian democracy. Baluni said, “The people of the country and the parliamentarians are also angry.” ,
He said that there is anger in the whole country and Rahul Gandhi should apologize to the country.
Opposition MPs in Rajya Sabha Neeraj Dangi, Akhilesh Prasad Singh, Kumar Ketkar, Syed Naseer Hussain, Ami Yagnik and Santosh Kumar P notice for discussion on government’s failure to constitute JPC on allegations of corporate fraud, stock market manipulation and financial mismanagement Had given. Against Adani Group
Notices were also served by Ranjit Ranjan, KC Venugopal, Sanjay Singh and Pramod Tiwari for discussing the “suspicious” role of the government in promoting the business interests of the Adani group. Dhankhar said Elamaram Karim has raised the demand to discuss the Hindenburg Report on the Adani Group, which has put government deposits in public sector banks and LIC at risk.