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Trinamool Rajya Sabha leaders Derek O’Brien has proposed a cricket match between Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs to be ‘played’ in Parliament this time! MPs tie their waists as they wait for green signal – News 18 BanglaMEERI News

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#NewDelhi: Players are ready. Awaiting approval. The game will take place in Parliament only after getting the green signal. The fact is that Trinamool Rajya Sabha leaders Derek and Brian have proposed a cricket match between Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs. At the same time, he said that he will also be the wicket keeper of the Rajya Sabha team. Aam Aadmi Party’s Rajya Sabha MP and National Spokesperson Raghav Chadha endorsed the proposal.

Former World Cup winner and current Aam Aadmi Party Rajya Sabha MP Harbhajan Singh will be in the Rajya Sabha cricket team. Raghav Chadha went to Mohali to watch the T20 match against Australia. He met Harbhajan Singh there. Two MPs took a selfie together. Posting the picture on Twitter, Raghav Chadha wrote, “Looking forward to watching the T20 match against Australia with my colleague Harbhajan Singh in Mahali. A stand has been inaugurated at this stadium in his name.” Derek and Brian react in that movie. Let’s make a Rajya Sabha cricket team together,’ he tweeted.

In the next winter session, that team should have a match against the Lok Sabha cricket team. I will be the wicket keeper and Harbhajan Singh will be the captain of our Rajya Sabha cricket team.

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Meanwhile, the Secretariat made another important reform in the Rajya Sabha. Through a petition by Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi, the Rajya Sabha promised to address gender-neutrality. In a letter to the Rajya Sabha Secretariat, Priyanka Chaturvedi requested that the answer to all the questions asked by the parliamentarians during the parliamentary session be ‘no sir’. He objected to this. Priyanka Chaturvedi demanded gender equality. Considering his request, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat announced that this reform will be implemented from the next session. In particular, Sir and Madam will be two addresses in response to written questions.

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Tags: Lok Sabha, Parliament, Rajya Sabha


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