The government was “forced” to suspend 12 opposition MPs for “misbehaviour,” but Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi indicated today that if they apologise to the Speaker and the House, their suspensions may be lifted.
“The government was compelled to bring this suspension measure before the House in order to maintain the House’s dignity. However, if these 12 MPs continue to apologise to the Speaker and the House for their actions, the administration is willing to evaluate their request positively and with an open mind “He sent out a tweet.
सदन की गरिमा बनाए रखने के लिए सरकार को मजबूरी में निलंबन का यह प्रस्ताव सदन के सामने रखना पड़ा।
लेकिन यदि ये 12 सांसद अभी भी अपने दुर्व्यवहार के लिए सभापति और सदन से माफी मांग लें, तो सरकार भी उनके प्रस्ताव पर खुले दिल से सकारात्मक रूप से विचार करने को तैयार है।#WinterSession pic.twitter.com/JszBgbNCOI
— Pralhad Joshi (@JoshiPralhad) November 30, 2021
Mr Joshi had earlier told reporters that the entire country was aware of how the opposition acted on August 11, the last day of the Monsoon session.
“All of the clippings are available on social media, since they have posted them there. This was the first opportunity to act, and the Chair took advantage of it “he had stated
Twelve Rajya Sabha opposition MPs have been suspended from the Winter Session of parliament for violence that erupted on the last day of the Monsoon Session.
The opposition has slammed the suspension, claiming it is illegal.
The MPs had willingly engaged in “unprecedented acts of misconduct, disrespectful, violent, and disruptive behaviour, and purposeful attacks on security personnel,” according to the suspension motion.
Shiv Sena’s Priyanka Chaturvedi and Anil Desai, Trinamool Congress’s Dola Sen and Shanta Chhetri, CPM’s Elamaram Kareem, and six Congress politicians are among the MPs who have been suspended.
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