New Delhi: Opposition MPs held a dharna in front of the Gandhi statue in Parliament on the third day of the winter session, asking that fellow MPs' suspensions be lifted. Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi was also present at the rally. "We will not bend down," Rahul Gandhi stated, referring to the Modi government as a dictatorship.
In reality, due to the uproar in the monsoon session, 12 MPs from the Congress, TMC, Shiv Sena, and other parties have been suspended from the whole winter session. The opposition, on the other hand, has continuously called for the suspension to be lifted, deeming it illegitimate. While Rajya Sabha Speaker and Vice President Venkaiah Naidu has stated emphatically that the ban cannot be lifted without an apology. We Gandhians, Rahul Gandhi declared, are standing up against dictatorship. And we're not going to bow down! Earlier on Tuesday, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "What was the apology?" To make a public statement in Parliament? Certainly not!
Vice President Venkaiah Naidu slammed the opposition once more on Wednesday. Those who displayed play cards, he claimed, stole papers from ministers in the House and abused marshals. Their actions in the House were broadcast to the entire globe. Even so, these individuals have no regrets.