BJP and Congress raise the dismissal of Shaheen Bagh in Rajya Sabha

NEW DELHI: He witnessed a brief exchange of words between members of the treasury banks and Congress on Wednesday when two members of the BJP ruler raised the issue of the alleged involvement of a worker in the Shaheen Bagh dismissal incident.

Shortly after the ministers submitted listed documents, Vijay Goel (BJP) tried to raise the issue and some members of Congress strongly opposed.

However, President M Venkaiah Naidu Goel did not allow Goel to continue his arguments and asked members to raise issues allowed for Zero Hour.

Later, deputy BJP Bhupender Yadav, as part of his mention of Zero Hour, referred to the upcoming elections to the Delhi Assembly and without naming any party or place referred to the dismissal incident.

He said that Delhi police have posted certain photos after their investigation into the shooting incident.

Some members of Congress objected again.

To this, Yadav said that the gunman does not belong to the Congress party.

Yadav also wondered how a political party (in an apparent reference to AAP) can consider sending a legal notice to the police officer who is investigating the dismissal incident.

Delhi police said Kapil Baisala, who opened fire on the Shaheen Bagh protest site last week, is a member of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Yadav said the registration of the political party, which is criminalizing politics in Delhi, should be canceled.

Meanwhile, senior deputy of Congress Jairam Ramesh These states were not receiving the tax share according to the return formula. He said states should get a 42% stake, but are expected to get only 30% during the current fiscal year.

According to him, the return was only 35% in the previous two years.

It is a violation of the promise made in the Budget.

His party colleague, Digivjaya Singh, said the Center was not paying state fees in taxes due to lower revenue collection.

He said that participation in GST compensation has been reduced by Rs 14,000 crore.

In her mention of Zero Hour, Congress member Viplove Thakur suggested that people injured in road and rail accidents, natural calamities and fires should receive greater compensation so they can cover the cost of their medical treatment.

Akhilesh Prasad Singh (Cong) advocated increasing the length of the airstrip at Patna Airport so that larger planes could also land there.

Another senior congressional parliamentarian, Motilal Vohra, asked the government to take strict measures against the people involved in the black marketing of electronic train tickets.

The deputy of the Samajwadi party, Rewati Raman Singh, highlighted the large number of vacancies in the central universities.