From Sonia Gandhi to Rajeev Shukla, who pronounced what on cessation of Congress MPs from Lok Sabha

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Confrontation between supervision and antithesis is set to expand with Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan currently suspending 25 Congress members for 5 days for “persistently, designedly interference a House”.

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The Speaker ‘named’ (identifying for action) a 25 Congress members who were carrying placards and cheering slogans in a Well while dire for abdication of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje over Lalit Modi quarrel and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over Vyapam scam.

Such a vital disciplinary movement is a initial in a stream Lok Sabha.

Congress now faces a quandary as they seem to be brief on numbers in Lok Sabha. The speaker’s preference sparked snub among Congress MPs. Here’s a demeanour during who pronounced what on a cessation of Congress MPs.

Congress boss Sonia Gandhi: Today is a black day for democracy.

TMC MP Kalyan Banerjee: Sudeep banerjee also finished a request, we’re also ancillary Congress, boycotting preference of speaker.

BJP inhabitant spokesperson GVL Narsimha Rao: Prerogative of presiding officer of any residence of Parliament to take suitable measures to safeguard Parliament runs as per wishes of a people.

Congress MP Rajeev Shukla: This is a many undemocratic thing that has been finished today. In a final dual decades, we have not seen such a thing. The voice of antithesis is being muzzled

Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge:  Raising placards and aphorism in Parliament is not a new thing. we don’t wish to criticize a Speaker though we are harm by what is going on in a House. We wish all domestic parties to combine and face this. we will speak to Sonia Gandhi about this. Modiji is concerned in this. They wish to move a Gujarat indication into Parliament.

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan: You can protest, a your right, though there is a approach to contend things everywhere. In Parliament, we contingency follow a manners and this is not a right way. we wish to mangle this normal of ruckus in Lok Sabha. we have taken a difficult action. For final 8 days we am trying, what can we do? we was forced to take this action.