During the proceedings of the Lok Sabha on Wednesday, there came a moment when some MPs who were shouting slogans stopped their protest for a woman MP. The Speaker of the Lok Sabha also praised the MPs on this.
Lok Sabha (file photo)
Today was the third day of the Winter Session of Parliament. Although sloganeering and commotion is being seen in Parliament every day, but on Wednesday there was a sight that everyone is appreciating at this time. In fact, during the proceedings of the Lok Sabha on Wednesday, there came a moment when some MPs shouting slogans stopped their protest for a woman MP. The Speaker of the Lok Sabha also praised the MPs on this and told the beauty of democracy.
In fact, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MPs were protesting and showing placards in the Lok Sabha regarding the issue of farmers. Meanwhile, Biju Janata Dal MP Pramila Bismoi tried to raise the issue of maternity benefits. On this, Rajendra Aggarwal, sitting on the chair of the Speaker, asked the rioting MPs to calm down. The interesting thing was that the MPs also accepted his point and became calm.
The proceedings of the Lok Sabha were adjourned for half an hour.
Earlier, the proceedings of the Lok Sabha were adjourned till 12 noon at 11.30 am on Wednesday due to the noise of the members of Telangana Rashtra Samithi on the issue of farmers.
Speaker Om Birla asked to start the Question Hour when the proceedings of the House started this morning. Meanwhile, members of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) came near the seat making noise. Members of some other parties also raised the issue of farmers from their place, although they later calmed down.
Meanwhile, Speaker Om Birla conducted the Question Hour proceedings in the midst of the noise and questions related to the Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Consumer and Food Affairs were taken. The members asked supplementary questions and the ministers concerned gave answers.
During this, the uproar of TRS members continued. They were carrying placards that read, “Stop punishing farmers”.
What did the Speaker of the Lok Sabha say?
Appealing to the members to return to their seats, the Speaker said that all the members come to the House to discuss and when a senior member is asking a question, it is not appropriate to bring placards in front of him like this. He said that some members are disrupting the functioning of the entire House which is not good.
Birla said that there is a need to make collective efforts to stop such wrong practices. The Speaker said, “The House represents 130 crore people, Question Hour is important and members ask questions, the government is ready to answer.”
However, seeing the arrangement not being made, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha adjourned the proceedings of the House on Wednesday at 11.30 am till 12 noon.
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