Manickam Tagore gives adjournment notice in Lok Sabha today

New Delhi: Manickam Tagore, a Congress MP, issues a notice of adjournment notice in the Lok Sabha for Chinese interference into Indian territory. Manickam Tagorefiled an adjournment notice in the parliament today, demanding that the Chinese military's incursion into Indian territory be discussed.

"Sir, I hereby give notice of my intention to ask for leave to move a motion for the adjournment of the business of the house for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent importance, namely - to discuss the intrusion of Chinese military into Indian Territory and direct the Government to take immediate action to prevent intrusion," Manickam Tagore wrote to the Secretary-General of the Lok Sabha. Meanwhile, in the Rajya Sabha, CPI (M) MP Dr V Sivadasan has given a suspension of business notice under rule 267 to debate the country's escalating inflation.

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