sanjay singh suspended

Sanjay Singh suspended from Rajya Sabha for entire monsoon session repeatedly violating 

Monday seen Sanjay Singh, an Aam Aadmi Party lawmaker, lose his seat in the Rajya Sabha despite repeatedly breaking the rules of conduct. He won’t be able to take part in the rest of the monsoon session as a result.

Sanjay Singh had already been advised and reminded by Deputy Chairman Harivansh that his name could be used to prosecute him for interfering with the House’s business.

AAP member was asked to give up his position by VP Dhanakar, who later reported him for “unruly behavior” and issued a warning.

Piyush Goyal, the central commerce minister, and the leader of the house in the Rajya Sabha proposed suspending Sanjay Singh. According to Goyal, Singh’s conduct violated the House’s ethics and procedures.

During the suspension, Rajya Sabha proceedings were postponed until 2 PM while demonstrations by opposition members persisted.

 

The AAP and other opposition parties are requesting that the government consent to lengthy deliberations and that Prime Minister Modi address the Manipur issue in the House.

The government has consented to a quick conversation about Manipur. However, in order to prevent the House’s operation, the opposition parties are issuing notices in accordance with Rule 267 because they want an in-depth debate.

Raghav Chadha expressed his disappointment at Sanjay Singh’s suspension by saying, “It is sad that the Rajya Sabha Chairman suspended Sanjay Singh. It’s wrong and goes against democracy’s fundamentals. We met with the Chairman following the House’s adjournment and asked that this suspension be lifted. We all left the room, even throughout the BAC meeting, because our opinions were not at all heard. The Chairman needs to interact with the MPs and lead a constructive conversation.

Members of the BJP had issued notices for debating law and order in states where Opposition parties were in power in response to the Opposition’s demand that the PM make a statement about Manipur. On Monday, shortly after the House assembled, Dhankhar reported receiving 11 notifications under Rule 176 for brief discussions on the violence in Manipur, the status of law and order, and attacks on women in Rajasthan, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, and other states. According to the chairman, 27 members had submitted notices in accordance with rule 267 requesting the discussion’s suspension of listed business.

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