Lok Sabha adjourned till 2 pm as opposition continues protest

The Lok Sabha was adjourned by Dr Premjibhai Solanki over the opposition sloganeering cutting excise on petrol and diesel.

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Today’s session of Lok Sabha was adjourned till 2 pm over the opposition’s sloganeering over the agriculture crisis, Jammu and Kashmir situation, hike in GST, inflation and other issues on their agenda which were to be discussed in the house.

Lok Sabha adjourned

The monsoon session of the parliament has seen 19 Rajya Sabha MPs be suspended over sloganeering and misbehavior in the parliament.

Topics of raising in GST, fuel prices, inflation, Jammu and Kashmir several other issues.

Earlier today, AAP MP, Sanjay Singh, a Rajya Sabha MP from New Delhi from the Aam Aadmi Party was suspended for the remaining part of this week as he was shouting slogans, tearing papers and throwing them toward the Chair.

One MP of the opposition, Tiruchi Siva, of the DMK party said that the opposition was raising their voices to discuss price hikes. When their voice was suppressed they resorted to sloganeering.

While the Monsoon Session in the Parliament goes on. The Gandhis have been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) over the National Herald case.

MP Kodikunnil Suresh had given adjournment motion notice in Lok Sabha over. “the blatant misuse of investigation agencies by Union government. To exact political vendetta against Congress President Sonia Gandhi”.

The Leader of Opposition and Congress MP from the Rajya Sabha said. “We’ve been raising the issue of inflation in the parliament for over 7 days. Govt is not willing to debate this issue. We’ll submit a request to Speaker and the Chairman to rescind the suspension of the members. Who raised their voices against the price rise.”

He also added that the ED was harassing the Gandhis and the party president Sonia Gandhi is not doing well. Hence, he claimed that these proceedings by ED and the Central Government were carried out. Moreover, to demoralize the workers of the party.

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