Parliament Monsoon Session: The matter of suspension of MPs from the House has not cooled down yet. The MPs are sitting on a protest of nearly 50 hours in Parliament demanding a discussion on the issue of their suspension and inflation. A video of this has also surfaced in which the MP is seen sitting in front of the Gandhi statue. Some MPs are also seen lying down in the video. There are also some MPs who are busy on their mobiles. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi has said that if the suspended opposition MPs apologize and assure that they will not show placards in the House, then the Asan can withdraw their suspension.
Government ready to discuss inflation: Prahlad Joshi
Let us discuss here that 20 members of Rajya Sabha and four members of Lok Sabha have been suspended for indecent behavior and contempt of the seat in Parliament. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi told reporters on Wednesday in the Parliament House complex that we have been saying that the government is ready to discuss inflation and today Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has resumed work after recovering from Covid. He said that if the opposition wants, they can start the discussion from today itself. Asked about the suspension of the MPs, the minister said that if they apologise and give an assurance that they will not bring placards in the House again, the Asan can revoke their suspension.
From curd-rice to 'carrot pudding' arrangement
The opposition parties are making special arrangements for the arrangement of food etc. for the MPs sitting on the protest for about 50 hours demanding discussion on the issue of their suspension and inflation in Parliament and from curd-rice for the MPs involved in this demonstration. Arrangements have been made from idli-sambar, 'gajar ka pudding to fruit'. The opposition parties have united for the demonstration being done to show their solidarity and political power and successively the parties have been given the responsibility of making arrangements for the people sitting on the dharna, from food items to other arrangements.