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Question hour passed peacefully on Wednesday after two days of uproar

Question hour passed peacefully on Wednesday after two days of uproar

The question hour went peacefully in the House on Wednesday after sloganeering on various issues by members of the opposition. As soon as the House met on the third day of the winter session, the impatient Ranjan Chaudhary of the Congress and TR Baalu ​​of the DMK asked for permission to present their point. But Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla asked him to raise the subject in zero time. The speaker said, your right.

I will give you a chance to speak during zero hour. After the assurance of Speaker Om Birla, the members sat in their place and the Question Hour started. During this time Prime Minister Narendra Modi was present in the House. Questions related to the Prime Minister’s Office, Department of Atomic Energy were listed on Wednesday. The winter session of Parliament began on Monday and during the first two days during the Question Hour, there was uproar on various issues.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla asked him to raise the subject in zero time. 

Question hour passed peacefully on Wednesday after two days of uproar
Question hour passed peacefully on Wednesday after two days of uproar

On Monday, on the first day of the winter session, members of the Congress, DMK and other opposition parties targeted the government in the Lok Sabha raising the issue of National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah being detained in Srinagar and asked the Speaker to immediately release Abdullah from the Lok Sabha Speaker. Requested to be ordered. Protesting the issue, Congress members walked out of the House. On Monday, Shiv Sena members were also raising slogans on the issue of farmers in Maharashtra. On the second day of the winter session, the Lok Sabha meeting started with an uproar and members of Congress and DMK shouted slogans near the seat throughout the question hour on the issue of withdrawal of SPG’s security from Congress leaders Sonia, Rahul Gandhi.

During the Zero Hour, members of these parties took a walkout from the House on this subject.
On Tuesday, Chairman Birla cautioned the members shouting slogans near the posture, saying that the tradition of approaching the posture and talking with the posture would have been earlier, but the members should not do so further, otherwise action will be taken against them. Later, members started shouting slogans only after the zero hour started.

 

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