Rahul Gandhi gets notice about Adani, allegation of unparliamentary remark – Rahul Gandhi gets notice For Unparliamentary remark National News

by Ana Lopez

Both the BJP leaders, in their notices to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, alleged that Rahul Gandhi’s remarks were baseless and made false, unparliamentary and insulting allegations.

Rahul Gandhi receives notice regarding Adani, allegation of unparliamentary statement

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For making false statements against Prime Minister Narendra Modi Rahul GandhiNotice has been issued. The Lok Sabha Secretariat Office has asked Rahul Gandhi to file a reply by February 15 on the notice of breach of privilege of BJP MP Nishikant Dubey and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi. BJP MPs- Nishikant Dubey and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi have issued a breach of privilege notice against Rahul Gandhi, on which the secretariat office has written to Rahul Gandhi on February 10 asking him to submit his reply to the Lok Sabha Speaker by February 15 for consideration.

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Dubey and Joshi on Tuesday served a breach of privilege notice against Rahul Gandhi after his speech during the debate on the ‘Motion of Thanks on the President’s Address’ in the Lok Sabha. Gandhi gave a statement on the Hindenburg-Adani issue.

What did the BJP leaders say?

Both the BJP leaders, in their notices to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, alleged that Rahul Gandhi’s remarks were baseless and made false, unparliamentary and insulting allegations. Many of Rahul Gandhi’s statements were removed from the proceedings of the House by the Speaker.

The Congress on Sunday alleged that deleting part of its leaders’ comments and suspending its Rajya Sabha member was blatant bias and that the BJP-led government wanted to establish authoritarian rule in Parliament by terrorizing the opposition. Senior Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi claimed that the BJP does not want to run Parliament through consensus, cooperation and consent, but through conflict, anarchy and conflict.

He said that in the undemocratic and unparliamentary removal of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi and Rajini Patil’s suspension of several comments from the Rajya Sabha, the autocratic and despotic face of the BJP and the ruling regime was fully visible in every house of Parliament. He alleged that the BJP government was moving towards establishing authoritarian rule in Parliament by intimidating, terrorizing and torturing the opposition.

While participating in the debate on the motion of thanks on the President’s address last week, pointing out that the words were extracted from the speeches of Gandhi and Kharge respectively in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Singhvi said that he did not justify the power to remove the word. No use of unparliamentary language, no abusive language, no insult to any institution, no objectionable or offensive word or phrase, he said.

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