Govt, Opp spar over suspension of MPs — at Gandhi statue, in House
The Indian Express Delhi|December 04, 2021
THE GOVERNMENT and the Opposition on Friday continued to sparover the suspension of 12 Opposition MPs from Rajya Sabha.

THE GOVERNMENT and the Opposition on Friday continued to sparover the suspension of 12 Opposition MPs from Rajya Sabha.

Over the last three days, the suspended MPs had been holding protests at the Gandhi statue in the Parliament premises. On Friday, some Members of the ruling BJP, carrying placards with photographs of scenes of disruption in the Monsoon Session of Parliament, went to the Opposition protest site. The BJP and Opposition MPs resorted to slogan shouting but the situation did not go out of control.

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