Lok Sabha adjourned for day after ruckus over MPs' suspension

Posted July 26, 2017

The members threw pieces of paper and disrupted proceedings during zero hour when issues of mob lynching and Bofors scam were brought up.

The leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge said that such an incident never took place under former Lok Sabha speaker Meira Kumar, who never lost her cool amid usual turbulence which the lower house faces often.

The six Congress MPs - Gaurav Gogoi, K Suresh, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Ranjeet Ranjan, Sushmita Dev and MK Raghavan - were suspended on Monday for causing "grave disorder" by storming the Well, tearing papers and throwing them towards the Chair during their protest over growing incidents of lynching by cow vigilantes.

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Congress member and one of the suspended MPs, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary, said, "Backward class and minorities are now scared of lynching".

An indicator on the day's proceedings in the LS was available in the morning when MPs belonging to Congress, Trinamool Congress, RJD, NCP, CPM, CPI SP, etc staged a united dharna in front of the Gandhi statue in Parliament House by raising slogans against the suspension of six fellow MPs.

When the House reassembled at 2:30 pm, Congress members were joined by the Left in protesting against the suspension, prompting deputy speaker M. Thambi Durai to adjourn the House for the day. In her order, Mahajan said that all these members had torn official papers and thrown it towards the Chair.

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Earlier, the house was adjourned till 2.30 p.m.as the opposition members protested against the suspension of Congress members.

Mahajan said she would not speak on the issue at the moment, and asked Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar to proceed with the Indian Institutes of Information Technology (Amendment) Bill, 2017. It is not true that we (Congress) do not allow the House to function. Going against the decision to boycott the two Houses, they turned up. "Not allowed to discuss #MobLynching today #LokSabha witnessed unprecedented noisy seen. members suspended".

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