Diminished INDIA alliance strength after largest Parliament suspensions in country’s history | India News – Times of India

 Diminished INDIA alliance strength after largest Parliament suspensions in country's history | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: A total of 141 MPs have been suspended. Parliamentthe The ruling party is the BJP At present, there is minimal opposition in both houses. On Monday, the Lok Sabha 33 members were expelled and another 49 were suspended the next day. Meanwhile, 59 MPs have been removed from the Rajya Sabha after they created several disruptions last week during a fierce clash with the Center over security breaches in Parliament.

Two men set off yellow smoke canisters inside the Lok Sabha, while two others detonated red and yellow smoke canisters outside the new Parliament building last week, triggering security scares and the security of the parliamentary premises. Concerns arose about

Among the prominent figures expelled from Parliament are Shashi Tharoor, Karti Chidambaram, Supriya Sole, Dimple Yadav, and Farooq Abdullah. Two top Congress leaders in the Lok Sabha – Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary and Gaurav Gogoi – were also thrown out.
After the Lok Sabha suspended 82 MPs, around 100 opposition lawmakers remain in the lower house while the NDA has over 300. Many of the remaining opposition members belong to parties like Andhra Pradesh’s YSR Congress Party and Odisha’s Biju Janata Dal, which have previously supported the BJP on various issues.
A majority of the suspended MLAs belong to the India Alliance, a coalition of opposition parties that has come together to challenge the ruling BJP in next year’s general elections. 95 out of 142 seats of the alliance in the 543-member Lok Sabha have been suspended. In the 250-member Rajya Sabha, where the alliance has 101 seats, 46 have faced suspension.

Mallikarjan Kharge on mass suspension of MPs is not good for democracy.

Expressing concern over the situation, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor said on Tuesday, “Unfortunately, we have to start writing a eulogy for parliamentary democracy in India.” Meanwhile, RJDMP Manoj Kumar Jha termed his suspension as a ‘badge of honour’. Congress president Mallikarjan Kharge alleged that the government had deliberately suspended opposition leaders to pass the bill without discussion.
The mass suspension comes at a time when Parliament is witnessing intense protests over last week’s parliament security breach, with the opposition demanding statements from Prime Minister Narendra Modi or Home Minister Amit Shah. A ‘high-powered committee’ is investigating the breach, but the government has denied the incident.

“More dangerous than…” What did PM Modi say about the opposition for breaching security in the parliamentary session?

Responding to the December 13 breach, PM Modi acknowledged its seriousness but criticized the opposition for politicizing the issue, stressing the need for a thorough investigation into the motives and individuals behind the incident. PM Modi, reacting to the suspension of opposition MPs, said he was worried about the recent defeats in the state elections.
The suspension of parliamentarians is the biggest action in the country’s history. In 1989, 63 Lok Sabha legislators were suspended during the debate on the report on the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

Video: Suspended MPs sit on steps of Makar Duar, demand withdrawal of suspension

Watch For the first time in the history of Indian Parliament, 92 MPs were suspended in a single sitting, the opposition called it a murder of democracy.

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