Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge joined a celebration protest close to the Mahatma Gandhi statue in parliament at present. The protest started quickly after each Homes had been adjourned for the day in a standoff over Rahul Gandhi’s “democracy-under-attack” remarks in London.
Sonia Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge sat on chairs because the MPs protested holding placards and chanting slogans urgent for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) inquiry into the Adani-Hindenburg row.
Parliament has been repeatedly stalled with the ruling BJP demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi for his remarks in London, and the opposition aggressively pushing for a Joint Parliamentary Committee inquiry into the allegations of US short-seller Hindenburg towards the Adani Group and the fallout of the following fall in Adani shares.
BJP sources have stated they will not let Rahul Gandhi communicate within the Home until he apologises. The audio of the proceedings in parliament had been muted this morning.
After about 20 minutes of chaos, Speaker Om Birla adjourned Lok Sabha for the day. Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and a number of other different Union ministers had been current within the Home.
The Congress, repeating Rahul Gandhi’s cost that the mics of opposition leaders had been muted, took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Earlier, the mic was once turned off, at present even the proceedings of the Home had been muted. The home is mute for PM Modi’s buddy,” the Congress tweeted.
Parliament has not functioned for the fifth straight day for the reason that Funds Session resumed on March 13.
Rahul Gandhi had alleged in London that the buildings of Indian democracy are below assault and there’s a “full-scale assault” on the nation’s establishments.
The BJP has accused Rahul Gandhi of maligning India on international soil and searching for international intervention. The Congress has hit again, citing examples of PM Modi elevating inner politics overseas.