Uproar in Parliament over Rahul Gandhi’s statement in London, Rajnath Singh said, “Rahul should apologise…”
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s statement in London caused a lot of uproar in Parliament and during this, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said in the Lok Sabha that Rahul Gandhi, a member of the same House, insulted India in London. I demand that his statements should be condemned by all the members of this House and he should be asked to apologise before the House. At the same time, Leader of the House in Rajya Sabha Piyush Goyal also targeted Rahul Gandhi. The proceedings of both the Houses were adjourned till 2 pm after the uproar.
Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal said on this matter that he has spoken more than the time given to Rahul Gandhi in the Lok Sabha, then how does he speak that he is not given the opportunity to speak. How much he insulted India outside India…..He requested other countries to intervene to save India’s democracy. This is an insult to India, India’s democracy and the Parliament. Why are they insulting this country by lying?
Union Minister Giriraj Singh said that when a person insults the Prime Minister outside the country, he insults the country. Those who give statements in the Lok Sabha for hours and go abroad and say that people are not allowed to speak, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha should take action on this.
A meeting of opposition parties was also held on Monday morning to chalk out a strategy for the second phase of the budget session of Parliament. In this meeting, 16 parties participated. In this meeting, held in the chamber of Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge in the Parliament House complex, the opposition parties discussed several issues.
In the second part of the budget session, a meeting of senior ministers was held in the PM’s room in Parliament House to finalise the government’s strategy. Apart from PM Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal, Information & Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur were present in the meeting.
Significantly, the budget session of the Parliament started on January 31, the day President Draupadi Murmu addressed the joint sitting of both the Houses of the Parliament. As per the schedule, the second phase of the session will start from March 13 and continue till April 6.
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