Delhi Riots: A committee chaired by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla will study the improvements in the Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla from the beginning of the second phase of the budget session of Parliament to demand discussion on Delhi violence in the Lok Sabha.
Presiding Speaker Kirit Solanki informed the lower House on Friday, "The Speaker of the Lok Sabha will form a committee which will examine and report on all developments in the House from March 2 to March 5."
Delhi Riots: Committee chaired by Speaker to investigate uproar in Parliament, Rajya Sabha adjourned till March 11
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla will chair the committee with representatives from all the parties.
Significantly, since the beginning of the second phase of the budget session of Parliament, the proceedings of the House have not been going on smoothly.
Due to the noise of Congress and other opposition members, who are adamant on demand for an immediate discussion on Delhi Riots.
On Thursday, some members of Congress were ripped and torn by picking up some paper from the Speaker's bench amidst the uproar following which 7 Congress members were suspended for the remainder of the current session.
These members include Gaurav Gogoi, TN Pratapan, Dean Kuriakose, Rajmohan Unnithan, Baini Bahnan, Manikam Tagore, and Gurjit Singh Aujla.
Rajya Sabha adjourned till March 11
On the issue of violence in Delhi, the functioning of the Rajya Sabha was disrupted for the fifth consecutive day due to the deadlock.
Due to uproar by members of various opposition parties, including the Congress, the proceedings have been postponed till March 11.
Members of Congress, DMK, Trinamool, AAP, SP, and Left parties started an uproar over violence in Delhi.
Some members also came near the seat. The Chairman appealed to the members to calm down and go to their places and let the House run placidly.
Seeing no noise in the House, he adjourned the meeting till 11 am on Wednesday. There will be no meeting of the House on Monday and Tuesday due to Holi.
Congress MPs led by former party president Rahul Gandhi demonstrated in the Parliament complex on Friday against the suspension of their seven members of the Lok Sabha and demanding early discussion on Delhi Riots.
Congress leaders, who were involved in this protest in front of Mahatma Gandhi's statue in the Parliament complex, had a black band tied on their arm.
Rahul Gandhi and many other members later joined the Lok Sabha proceedings by linking a black group.
Congress leaders, opposing the suspension of its seven members, alleged that the move was taken by the government to intimidate the opposition.
We are not afraid: Gogoi.
Gaurav Gogoi, one of the suspended members, said, 'We are not afraid of suspension.
We will continue to demand a discussion on Delhi violence and will ask for a response from the government.
Congress MPs also shouted slogans like 'Home Minister resign' and 'Prime Minister reply.'
With Rahul Gandhi in this performance, Suresh, Shashi Tharoor, Gaurav Gogoi, and several other Congress MPs attended.
Significantly, Congress's Gaurav Gogoi, TN Pratapan, Dean Kuriakose, Rajmohan Unnithan, Baini Behanan, Manikam Tagore, and Gurjit Singh Aujla on Thursday for the remaining term of the current Parliament session for disrespecting the House and 'gross misconduct' Has been suspended.