Parliament stalled when deputies collide over Delhi riots

NEW DELHI: Parliament's budget session resumed on Monday with a stormy note as they protested the Delhi riots and demanded the resignation of the Interior Minister Amit Shah , pushing and pushing between BJP and congressional parliamentarians who mark the procedures in the Lok sabha .

The Lok sabha saw Congress MP Ramya Haridas alleging that she was hit by BJP member Jaskaur Meena, with the latter responding with similar claims against Haridas. The House, adjourned till afternoon following an obituary reference for JD(U) MP , saw Congress MPs troop into the well, raising slogans and demanding Amit Shah ’s resignation.

The closing notices were moved by the Congress in search of discussion and an investigation of the House on the communal clashes of Delhi.

Opposition demands Amit Shah resignation

Rajya Sabha was also unable to conduct many businesses amid opposition protests. The proceedings were suspended until 2:00 p.m. after the entire opposition protested, with the opposition leader. Ghulam Nabi Azad accusing the Center of sleeping for three days when violence shook Delhi.

When the Lok sabha tried to execute work, initiating a discussion on ‘vivaad se vishwas bill’, it saw raucous scenes with Congress and allies camping in the well holding placards and raising slogans. Big black banners saying ‘ Amit Shah must quit’ were displayed by MPs.

An angry minister of parliamentary affairs criticized the rebel behavior of Congress. “They killed 3,000 people in 1984 (riots) and did not investigate. The priority is to restore peace (in Delhi) but they want to create tension, ”he said. BJP parliamentarians said later that Congress' tactic of pushing towards BJP banks was provocative and could lead to clashes as this was becoming a trend.

While Speaker continued to direct the Chamber and Sanjay Jaiswal, a parliamentarian of the BJP, talked about the bill, the congressmen of the Gaurav Gogoi Congress and Gurjit Singh Aujla went to the treasure side. BJP members demanded that they return, which caused fights and virtual chaos.

Haridas brought his complaint to Birla. The sources said she broke down in the chamber and asked if it was happening repeatedly because it was a Dalit and a woman, which visibly disturbed Birla. Haridas also filed a complaint in the winter session, after a confrontation.

It was a confrontation so polarized on Monday that the members of the treasury and the opposition remained in the House even after the suspension, raising slogans and pointing the finger.