Ruckus in the Parliament over statements made by Rahul Gandhi in London

New Delhi – A ruckus was created during the Parliament’s budget session, over the statements made by Rahul Gandhi in London about India. The Parliament was adjourned until 2 p.m. due to this. The ruckus continued when the session resumed post 2 p.m.

The BJP attacked Congress as well as other opposition parties in both houses of the Parliament, over Rahul Gandhi’s statements. Union Minister Piyush Goyal demanded Rahul Gandhi’s apology before the Parliament.

(Credit : Republic World)

What did Rahul Gandhi say in London ?

At Cambridge University in London, Rahul Gandhi said that the microphones are switched off in the Indian Parliament. The opposition cannot raise their voice. Any leader of any opposition party can visit any university and speak up outside India; but the same is not possible inside the Parliament house. India’s democracy is under attack. (Rahul Gandhi has been frequently defaming India on foreign land. Why is a case not registered against him ? Why is he not put behind the bars ? – Editor)

Editorial Viewpoints

  • Was there a day in the Parliament’s history when it functioned without a ruckus ? Why those responsible for such acts are not expelled from the Parliament similar to the naughty kids from a school ?
  • We teach discipline to the students, when will we teach it to the MPs ? How can such MPs who live on the taxpayers’ money and lack basic discipline ever become role models for the citizens ?

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