Parliament Ruckus: Govt To Consider Revoking Suspension If Rajya Sabha MPs Tender Apology

New Delhi: M Venkaiah Naidu, the Speaker of the Rajya Sabha, has rejected 12 MPs' appeal to have their suspensions lifted. Most of us are still haunted by the painful experience of the last monsoon session, according to M Venkaiah Naidu. Adhir Ranjan Choudhary, a Congress leader in the Lok Sabha, on the other side, observed, "There are no zamindari or rajas here to hold their ground and apologise.

'Why do they want to mandate a forced apology?' Adhir Ranjan Choudhary said. We may call it the majority's Baahubali. We boycotted the House headed by Sonia Gandhi and TR Baalu in protest of our colleagues' suspension in the Upper House. It is being attempted to silence us. Suspension is being used to intimidate people.' Rahul Gandhi, the former president of the Congress Party, also took to Twitter. In a tweet, he said, "What exactly is the apologies? To make a public statement in Parliament? Certainly not!

 

Major decisions, such as lowering electricity rates and making job reservations, are stalled. After becoming CM, Channi made 85 choices in 12 cabinet meetings, according to a report. The people had great hopes for these judgments. The administration of the Congress had likewise waged an aggressive campaign against these judgments. Now that we know about the execution of these choices, we can see that just 8-9 of them have been carried out thus far. The remaining 77 choices are still in the works. The Department isn't even providing any clear information on the decisions that have been deferred. Cm Channi's actions are now being questioned by both the opposition and Congress leaders.

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