New Delhi: AAP member Sanjay Singh was suspended from Rajya Sabha on Monday for the rest of the monsoon session of Parliament for “repatedly violating instructions of the Chair.”
The movement for Sanjay Singh’s suspension was moved by Union Minister and Chief of the Home Piyush Goyal. Chairman Jagadeep Dhankhar sought the approval of the Home for the movement and stated that Sanjay Singh was being suspended “for having repeatedly violated directive of the Chair”.
The AAP MP was suspended for the remaining length of the Monsoon session in the course of the Opposition’s protest within the Home over the Manipur problem.
Dhankhar had final week cautioned Sanjay Singh saying that he might be pressured to call the AAP member after he repeatedly protested towards the proposed invoice to switch Centre’s ordinance for management over providers in Delhi.
Dhankhar had cautioned the AAP member after repeatedly urging AAP members to take their seats.
AAP has been amongst opposition events demanding assertion from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Parliament on the scenario in Manipur and an in depth dialogue on the problem
The federal government had stated it’s ready to debate the scenario in Manipur.
The Monsoon session of Parliament started on July 20 and can proceed until August 11. (ANI)
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