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3 More opposition MP Suspended from Lok Sabha, Total Number Now 146

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3 More opposition MP Suspended from Lok Sabha, Total Number Now 146

Those suspended included Congress MPs Deepak Baij, DK Suresh and Nakul Nath, son of veteran leader Kamal Nath.

New Delhi: Three more opposition MPs have been suspended from the Lok Sabha for unruly behaviour, taking the total number of suspensions to an unprecedented 146. Those suspended include Congress MPs Deepak Baij, DK Suresh and Nakul Nath, son of veteran leader Kamal Nath. The number of MPs suspended from the lower house is now 100. Two MPs were suspended yesterday.

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The wave of suspensions began earlier this week when the Opposition demanded a statement from the Union Home Minister about the security breach in the Lok Sabha when people smuggled smoke bombs and released them during the House proceedings.

This issue has become the subject of fresh controversy between the government and the opposition, especially after a Trinamool Congress MP copied Rajya Sabha Chairman and Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar.

The opposition has alleged that the suspension of MPs is a ploy by the government to pass key bills without any discussion.

With opposition strength reduced to one-third, three bills to reform criminal laws were passed in the Lok Sabha yesterday with minimal discussion. The opposition called it an “insult.”

Today, suspended MPs took out a protest march from Parliament House to Vijay Chowk in central Delhi, accusing the government of ending parliamentary democracy.

“There has been a major security breach. Instead of fulfilling his duty as a minister, (Union Home Minister Amit Shah), is refusing not only to be present in the House, which is his duty, but also to go out and press Issuing statements, saying all the things he could have said in the House,” said Shashi Tharoor, who has also been suspended.

“From our perspective, what the government did was unacceptable. It showed no willingness to respect the tradition of parliamentary democracy. Secondly, when MPs demanded the presence of the Home Minister and a discussion on the issue, he was instead suspended. given.” The former minister added.

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