Lok Sabha security breach: Speaker Om Birla assures high-level probe; says matter being politicised | India News – Times of India

 Lok Sabha security breach: Speaker Om Birla assures high-level probe; says matter being politicised | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla Opposition leaders on Monday assured a full probe by a high-level committee into the recent incident of security breach in the lower house.
However, the House faced uproar and protests from the opposition, demanding a statement from Prime Minister Modi and Union Home Minister Amit. The kingRegarding the security lapse, the proceedings were finally postponed till noon.
After paying homage to the late Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Speaker Om Birla Briefed the House about the steps taken by the Lok Sabha Secretariat in response to the December 13 security breach.
“We ensure that the matter will be investigated by a high-level committee and the probe has begun. Unfortunately, the incident has been politicized,” Om Birla said in the Lok Sabha. said in the Lok Sabha.

Despite these assurances, opposition members remained adamant about Shah’s statement and demand for his resignation, some members were even displaying placards containing their written demands. Speaker Birla objected to the use of placards, stressing that it undermined the dignity of the House.
The Lok Sabha Speaker said, “It is sad that this issue is being politicized. It is against the dignity of the House to enter the Veil of the House and raise slogans. I want to discuss important issues with you (Opposition). Requesting cooperation”. .
Prahlad Joshi of Parliamentary Affairs appealed to the opposition, “with folded hands”, urging them not to wave placards referring to the earlier agreement at the Business Advisory Committee meeting. However, the opposition MPs ignored these appeals and continued their protest.

On Monday morning, opposition leaders insisted on the prime minister’s statement regarding the major security lapse.
Congress general secretary (organisation) KC Venugopal said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who, according to him, had described the incident as “serious”, was not ready to discuss the issue. Parliament.
“The prime minister said it is a serious issue but he is not ready to discuss it in Parliament. We have only one demand: we need an explanation from the government,” the Congress leader said.
“But the government is not giving any explanation. Then who is doing politics on this issue?…”, he asked.

Congress MP and leader of the party in the Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should discuss the security breach in Parliament, adding that he would take “four days” to react to the incident. Criticized. Chaudhary also claimed that Modi broke his silence on the issue due to pressure from opposition parties and the people of the country.
The security breach on the anniversary of the 2001 Parliament terror attack involved two men, Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D, who jumped from the public gallery into the Lok Sabha chamber at zero hour. They released colored smoke and shouted slogans before the MPs were subdued. Additionally, two others, including a woman, were detained for protesting outside the Parliament complex.

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