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Huge uproar in Lok Sabha as soon as PM Modi spoke, proceedings adjourned till 2 pm

The monsoon session of Parliament began today amid the Corona crisis. The Pegasus spyware case has given the opposition a big issue to corner the government. On the first day of the monsoon session, opposition Lok Sabha MPs gave adjournment notices on rising oil prices, inflation and agricultural laws. The MPs have demanded a debate in the House on these subjects. Congress Lok Sabha MP Manickam Tagore gave adjournment notice for discussion in the House on rising prices and inflation of petrol and diesel.

Similarly, Congress’s Lok Sabha MP Manish Tewari also gave Adjournment Motion Notice in the House regarding agricultural laws. On the other hand, Aam Aadmi Party’s Lok Sabha MP from Punjab, Bhagwant Mann, has given an Adjournment Motion Notice in the House demanding discussion regarding the agriculture laws of the Central Government.

As soon as Prime Minister Narendra Modi got up to speak in the Lok Sabha on the first day of the monsoon session, opposition parties started creating ruckus. Congress MPs came to the well on inflation and Akali and BSP MPs on farmers’ issue. The Prime Minister said that I thought that today would be a day of enthusiasm, but the opposition is not digesting the talk of Dalit, women and OBC people being made ministers. Seeing the uproar, the speaker started giving information about the MPs who died during Corona.

Due to the uproar, the Prime Minister could not get the introduction of new ministers

Due to the uproar in the Lok Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi could not formally introduce the new ministers included in his Council of Ministers in the House and he had to lay the documents of the introduction of the ministers on the Table of the House. As soon as the 11 proceedings started in the house, first the national anthem was played and then the newly elected members were administered the oath. After this Speaker Om Birla called upon the Prime Minister to introduce the new ministers to the House. But the opposition members started a ruckus. Amidst the uproar over the demand for withdrawal of three agricultural laws, the Speaker urged the opposition members that the dignity and tradition of the House was high. Don’t break it, don’t lower the dignity of tradition. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi also said that the Prime Minister wants to introduce new ministers.

Modi said, I was thinking that today there will be an atmosphere of enthusiasm in the House because many of our women MPs have become ministers. Today I would have been happy that Dalit brothers have become tribal ministers. Everyone should be happy that amongst us who are farmers, rural, economically backward, belong to other backward class, they have got a chance in the cabinet. Perhaps some people do not like the fact that Dalit women farmers should become ministers. The Prime Minister said, the newly appointed ministers should be treated as acquaintances in the Lok Sabha. Birla expressed anguish over the behavior of the opposition members and said that it was absolutely unfair. The list of new ministers can be laid on the Table of the House.

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Deputy Leader of the House, said, it has been a healthy tradition of the House that the Prime Minister introduces new members of his Council of Ministers as soon as the proceedings of the House begin and the entire House listens to the Prime Minister. The House is familiar with the Council of Ministers. For the first time in my 24 years of parliamentary life, I have seen that this healthy tradition has been broken. This behavior of Congress is unfortunate.

Lok Sabha-Rajya Sabha adjourned
Lok Sabha has been adjourned till 2 pm, while Rajya Sabha has been adjourned till 12:24 pm amid ruckus by Opposition MPs.

Shiromani Akali Dal protests outside Parliament

Shiromani Akali Dal protested outside Parliament against agricultural laws. Shiromani Akali Dal President Sukhbir Singh Badal said that the farmers of the country want justice. We want all the parties to stand unitedly against the central government and pressurize them to withdraw the law.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the media ahead of the Monsoon Session of Parliament, in New Delhi. Along with Union Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Coal and Mines Pralhad Joshi, Minister of State for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences (Independent Charge), Prime Minister’s Office, Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr. Jitendra Singh, State External Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs Minister V. Muraleedharan and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and Culture Arjun Ram Meghwal are also there.