34 MPs were suspended for the duration of the session, including Ranjan: Until now, 47 Lok Sabha MPs have been causing a stir in terms of action and security.

Today (18 December) is the 11th day of Parliament’s Winter Session. For the fourth day in a row, there was a ruckus in the Lok Sabha over security lapses in Parliament. Speaker Om Birla suspended the 34 MPs who caused the uproar. It also includes opposition leader Ranjan Chaudhary, who is impatient.

Earlier on December 14, 13 Lok Sabha members were suspended. So far, 47 Lok Sabha members have been suspended for the duration of the winter session. In addition, Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien was suspended on December 14th.

As soon as the proceedings began today, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla delivered a 15-minute speech in the House. It is unfortunate that the incident has been politicized. When the commotion became too much for the House, the proceedings were postponed until 12 o’clock. It was later moved to 2 p.m., and then to tomorrow. Following the suspension of MPs, the House was adjourned until yesterday (Tuesday).

The Rajya Sabha was also adjourned until 4 p.m.
While Rajendra Agarwal was on the sky, Communication Minister Ashwini introduced Communications Bill 2023. During this time, opposition MPs again shouted slogans and waved placards. Agarwal asked opposition MPs to sit in place. If they did not agree, the House was adjourned until 2 pm. It was later postponed until four in the evening.

At the same time, there was a commotion in the Lok Sabha over the issue of infiltration. The House was first adjourned until 11.30 a.m., after which the opposition MPs shouted slogans and demanded a statement from Home Minister Amit Shah.

Letter of Burial from I.N.D.I.Mallikarjun Kharge, President of the Congress Alliance, has written a letter to Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhanakhar. In it, he stated that the suspension of TMC MP Derek O’Brien should be lifted. This is a breach of parliamentary tradition. On December 14, 14 MPs (13 Lok Sabha and one Rajya Sabha), including Derek, were suspended from the entire session.

Bringing slogans and placards to the House is not acceptable: Speaker Om Birla stated that a high-level investigation into the Parliament’s security breach is currently underway. In this case, an investigation committee has been formed. Even before such incidents occurred, the investigation process was carried out through prior speakers. It is unfortunate that politics is being played over this incident. There should be a debate in the House.

It is not appropriate to yell slogans in the House, bring placards, protest at the Well, or attend the Andi. This behavior is also disliked by the people of the country. The MPs who have been suspended from the Lok Sabha have nothing to do with the security failures.
The issue of security was discussed in Parliament during the previous session (15 December), and both houses were adjourned for the entire day due to the uproar. The opposition wants the Home Minister to respond on this matter. The Congress has accused Prime Minister Modi of avoiding the debate.

Suspended legislators performed
On Thursday, December 14, there was a day-long uproar over Parliament’s security lapse. 14 opposition MPs from the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha were suspended for the duration of the session. There were 13 Lok Sabha MPs in total, including 9 Congress members, 2 CPI (M), DMK, and CPI members. Derek O’Brien of the TMC was suspended from the Rajya Sabha for the duration of the session. On December 15, these suspended MPs demonstrated in front of the Gandhi statue outside the House. He claimed that the opposition’s voice is being muzzled in both houses.

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