The Congress has been vocal on the Adani-Hindenburg issue and along with other opposition parties, the party has demanded a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) inquiry into the matter.
New Delhi: in the parliament Adani-Hindenburg dispute And there is controversy surrounding Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s recent statement in London. The Speaker of the Lok Sabha to enable the proper conduct of proceedings in the Assembly Om Birla A Congress-led meeting on Monday demanded the expulsion of Union ministers Rajnath Singh and Prahlad Joshi from the Lok Sabha for their remarks against Rahul Gandhi and the Adani-Hindenburg case. joint parliamentary committee (JPC) came out demanding an investigation. Many opposition parties, including the Congress, are also demanding a probe by the MOC.
The Congress has been protesting across the country on these issues, for which it has received widespread support. Yesterday, on Monday, hundreds of party workers and leaders took out a march against the central government to the state governor’s house.
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Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge said in Delhi, “If we talk about democracy in any college, we are called traitors. In Korea, Modi condemned whatever happened in the country in 70 years. In Canada he said he was cleaning up the mess that was spread.” He said, “There is no rule of law and no democracy under Modi’s rule. They run the country as a dictatorship and then talk about democracy. He also said that he was not even given two minutes to speak in the Rajya Sabha.
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The party leaders claimed that the protest would continue due to their demand from the parliamentary committee and the price hike. A Congress leader, on condition of anonymity, said, “If the government does not accept our JPC demand, then we do not expect the proceedings of the House to be able to run smoothly in the next few days.”
Congress leader and Lok Sabha MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and DMK leader T.R. Later, Congress leader Adhir wrote a letter to Speaker Om Birla demanding that Rajnath Singh and Prahlad Joshi’s comments be removed.
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Rajnath Singh said in the Lok Sabha that Rahul Gandhi’s comments on Indian democracy and Parliament in London “should be condemned by all members of the House and he should be asked to apologize to the House”.
Similarly, Joshi referred to an incident in 2013 in which Rahul Gandhi called the UPA government’s ordinance “complete nonsense” and said, “Who were the people who suspended fundamental rights during Emergency?” When he scrapped an ordinance passed under the leadership of Manmohan Singh, Sharad Pawar, Pranab Mukherjee and called it nonsense, where was the democracy at that time?
In his letter, Adir Ranjan Choudhary cited Rule 352 and cited Rule 353. Under Rule 353, a member shall not make any charge of a defamatory or obscene nature against any other member unless sufficient prior notice has been given on his behalf.” . He wrote, “Both ministers made baseless remarks against our leader without prior notice. Not only this, his fellow party members were not given any opportunity to refute the allegations.
Meanwhile, on Monday, thousands of Congress workers in Maharashtra, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Assam marched to the governor’s office in the respective states. In at least three of these states (Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Assam), police used security forces to disperse demonstrations.