New Delhi: In a recent development, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has taken a stern stance against one of its own MPs, Ramesh Bidhuri, by issuing a show cause notice following his use of unparliamentary language directed at Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MP Kunwar Danish Ali during a session in the Lok Sabha. The incident unfolded during a discussion in the Lok Sabha regarding the Chandrayaan-3 mission, where Ramesh Bidhuri, representing South Delhi, made objectionable remarks concerning BSP leader Kunwar Danish Ali. In response to his comments, the Lok Sabha promptly expunged the remarks from the official records.
The derogatory remarks uttered by Ramesh Bidhuri immediately elicited outrage from opposition leaders, who are now calling for stringent action against the BJP MP. Congress MP Jairam Ramesh, among others, has demanded Bidhuri's suspension from Parliament, emphasizing that such language "should not be used inside or outside Parliament." Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla wasted no time in addressing the issue and took "serious note" of Bidhuri's objectionable comments within the House. He issued a warning to the MP, cautioning him that "strict action" would be taken if such behavior is repeated in the future.
This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of maintaining decorum and respectful language within the parliamentary setting, as it plays a crucial role in upholding the dignity and integrity of the nation's legislative processes.