Why is the government opposed to discussing the riots if the situation in Delhi is normal ?: Congress

NEW DELHI: The postponement was suspended three times and could not conduct any business on Tuesday because of the opposition's demand for a debate over the recent riots in Delhi. Leader of the opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad He wondered aloud why the government was adopting double standards by stating, on the one hand, that the situation in Delhi was normal, but insisted that an argument could not be allowed at this time.

Despite Om Birla's warning Tuesday morning, that any MP that crosses to the other side would be suspended for the rest of the session, Lok Sabha witnessed dramatic scenes with Adhir Ranjan Choudhury running towards the well to protest Against the transaction of legislative business.

The president had tried to resolve the confrontation when he met with opposition leaders in the afternoon. Although non-Congress opposition parties seemed ambivalent, it is understood that Choudhury has clung to his weapons. The Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Pralhad Joshi, tried to point out that the bill in question had to be approved before March 31, as it had serious financial consequences.

In Rajya Sabha, Azad said: “All of us, whether in opposition or in government, condemn the incidents. That the violence of Delhi is spoken in foreign countries but is not discussed despite the fact that Parliament is in session ... is a bit strange. We do not seek to confront the government. We are all sad; the victims, whether from any community or religion, were human companions, ”he said.

The leader of the Chamber Thaawarchand Gehlot got up and said that the government was ready for a discussion according to the calendar decided by the president of Rajya Sabha.

In the LS, in the middle of slogans of ‘Down, Down Amit Shah and Save our India, opposition parliamentarians broke roles even when the President allowed finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman to present the Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2020. Although the LS approved six clauses of the draft resolution bill Tax 'Vivad se Vishwas' In the middle of the rumble, the bill could not be approved due to the uproar that followed. While Congress, TMC, SP and parliamentarians rushed to the well, BJP parliamentarian Locket Chatterjee tried to prevent Chowdhury from moving toward treasure banks. In the middle of the rumble, the BJP and congressmen pushed each other while watching some knocking on the revolving door that led to the secretary general's desk.