"Mr Chadha, You Don't...": Jagdeep Dhankhar Warns AAP MP Over Hand Gesture

“Mr Chadha, You Do not…”: Jagdeep Dhankhar Warns AAP MP Over Hand Gesture

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The Rajya Sabha has been adjourned until 11 am on Monday. (File)

New Delhi:

Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar on Friday objected to Aam Aadmi Celebration (AAP) MP Raghav Chadha’s protest within the Home after Opposition leaders demanded a dialogue over the foremost safety breach in Parliament on Wednesday.

After the Home resumed its proceedings at 2 pm following preliminary adjournments within the morning, the Opposition MPs raised slogans demanding a press release from the Dwelling Minister on the safety breach which noticed two males bounce within the Lok Sabha chamber and set off two smoke canisters.

The Chairman informed the Home he obtained 23 notices from members asking for suspension of the scheduled enterprise of the day to debate the “critical state of affairs arising out of breach of safety” beneath Rule 267 of the Rajya Sabha procedures.

After the Chairman refused to approve the notices, the members resumed a loud protest. Objecting to a hand gesture by Mr Chadha, one of many MPs who submitted a discover, Dhankhar requested him to “use his tongue.”

“Mr Chadha, you do not have to do like this (imitating hand gesture) to lift a degree. Use your tongue, do not try this,” the Chairman stated.

Rapping the AAP MP additional, Mr Dhankhar additionally reminded him of his suspension from the Home in the course of the Monsoon session of Parliament

“… you have been convicted, you have been sentenced by this Home,” the Chairman stated.

On August 11, Mr Chadha was suspended from the Rajya Sabha after being held responsible by the Privileges Committee of presenting “deceptive” details to the media. The suspension was revoked on December 4 and the AAP chief was allowed to attend the Home proceedings.

The Rajya Sabha has been adjourned until 11 am on Monday.

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