New Delhi : Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad held a press conference on Monday to urge opposition leaders in Parliament to “treat them neutrally” after eight suspended members refused to leave the Rajya Sabha on Monday.
The Union Minister Sunday also called the behavior of opposition leaders “shameful and irresponsible.”
Speaking at a press conference, Prasad said, “The behavior of the suspended members (Rajya Sabha) who did not leave even after the announcement of the President’s adjournment order is illegal today, and worries that it will make their behavior worse until the rules of the house are violated.” “
Prasad accused the Congress party of double standards on various issues, including contract farming, saying the ruling BJP had a clear majority in the Rajya Sabha. Farm bill.
Speaking on the unprecedented chaos in the House during the passage of the controversial Farm Bill on Sunday, Prasad said, “There is ample visible evidence that if the marshals had not protected (Rajya Sabha) Deputy Chairperson Harivansh G, he would have been almost physically assaulted.” “
Eight MPs have been suspended indefinitely outside Parliament
Eight Rajya Sabha MPs, who were sacked from the Rajya Sabha today, staged a protest in the Parliament premises against the government’s decision to pass the controversial Farm Bill for the rest of the monsoon session.
Opposition members, including TMC’s Derek O’Brien, AAP’s Sanjay Singh, Congress’ Rajiv Satav and CPM’s KK Ragesh, were told that they had “shown impartiality and serious disorderly conduct, especially with the Rajya Sabha deputy chairperson”.
Opposition groups called for a boycott of the Rajya Sabha, but opposition groups called for a boycott of the assembly.
Amid unprecedented chaos in the Rajya Sabha on Sunday, two farm bills of the Narendra Modi-led BJP government have sparked widespread protests by farmers and the opposition.