Conflict in Parliament over law and order in UP, opposition against Smriti Irani

Conflict in Parliament over law and order in UP, opposition against Smriti Irani

News Desk, Quickclarity, New Delhi

Pointing to the incident of burning a rape victim in Unnao, Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said that today we are going to build Ram temple on one side and Sita is being burnt in the country. Reversing this, Union Minister Smriti Irani said that there should be no politics on incidents like rape. Smriti Irani and some members of Congress got into a heated argument over the issue. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said that serious comments can be answered with serious remarks, but members cannot move towards the seat and action should be taken only with cooperation and the dignity of the House should be maintained.

It was only during Smriti Irani’s statement that TN Pratapan and some members of the Congress got up from their seats and started moving towards the seat.  Pratapan was seen pointing at Union Minister Irani and saying something.  On this, Irani said that as a member of this house, he has the right to speak.  She was also heard telling Congress members that they could not shout at them.  Meanwhile, Smriti Irani also came out of her seat.

NCP’s Supriya Sule and some other members tried to seat the agitated Congress members.  At the same time, Union Ministers Prahlad Joshi and Prahlad Patel requested Smriti Irani to sit.  Earlier, during the Zero Hour, Union Minister for Women and Child Development Smriti Irani pointed to the statements of Congress and Trinamool Congress members that there should be no politics on the subject.

He said that one of the Congress members was saying that there is no political issue but he also linked the issue of women safety and respect to communalism which has never happened before.

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