Floor leaders of INDIA bloc meet in Parliament, demand statement on Parliament security breach | India News – Times of India

 Floor leaders of INDIA bloc meet in Parliament, demand statement on Parliament security breach | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: The floor leaders of the India Bloc of the Opposition held a meeting on Monday ahead of the start of the 11th day of the ongoing winter session. Parliament.
Members of the Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance met in the chamber. Rajya Sabha Leader of Opposition in Parliament Mallikarjan Kharge will discuss the strategy to encircle the Center in both houses.
Senior leaders like Farooq Abdullah, Jairam Ramesh, Ram Gopal Yadav, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary attended the meeting.
Opposition members are demanding a statement from Union Home Minister Amit Shah after two men carrying gas canisters jumped into the House. Lok Sabha From the visitor’s gallery, causing consternation inside Home.
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge reiterated his demand for a statement from Home Minister Amit Shah in the House.
Criticizing the BJP-led central government for the massive security breach, the Congress president said the BJP leaders were not ready to let the House function.
“This is a serious issue and the government should look into it. We have been repeatedly saying in Parliament that the Union Home Minister should come and make a statement in the House but he does not want to come. They (BJP) are not ready. Letting the House run. It is not good for democracy but there is no point in talking to people who do not believe in democracy,” Kharge told ANI.
DMK’s MPT Siva said, “What we are asking is not unusual…. The government is saying that it is being investigated. Let the home minister come to Parliament and state that this is the case. How it happened, steps taken and progress made. … Our aim is not to upset the Parliament, and we expect a response from the government.”
Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said, “The opposition wants to talk about the breach in Parliament security, the pass given by the BJP MP and the lapses in security… This is very serious for us. The problem is…”
The Indian bloc, which has 14 of its MPs – 13 in the Lok Sabha and 1 in the Rajya Sabha – was suspended for the rest of the winter session after rioting in their respective houses demanding Shah’s statement. Blown away, expect to keep the heat on the problem for a few days.
The security breach occurred on the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attack on Parliament. Two men – Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D – jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber from the public gallery. Zero HourYellow gas was released from the canisters and the MPs shouted anti-establishment slogans before being subdued.
Outside Parliament In another incident, two protesters – Neelam (42) and Amul (25) protested outside Parliament with similar gas canisters. However, the four were sent to the seven-day custody of the special cell of the Delhi Police on December 14.
Meanwhile, in a bid to stay on top of the issue, several MPs from opposition parties have filed notices in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, requesting a debate on the recent breach in Parliament’s security today.
Congress Lok Sabha member Manish Tiwari has given notice of an adjournment motion to discuss the Parliament security breach incident.
Congress MPs Rajeev Shukla, Ranjith Ranjan and DMK’s MP T Siva have moved a notice of suspension of business in the Rajya Sabha to discuss the December 13 incident. (ANI)

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