NEW DELHI: The Rajya Sabha’s proceedings have been disrupted on Tuesday as Congress associates developed a ruckus by accusing the federal government of “vendetta politics” in the National Herald newspaper circumstance.
The protest by Congress parliamentarians came in the wake of Delhi Higher Court’s dismissal of the plea of Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi on Monday seeking to quash of summons issued by a trial court docket on BJP chief Subramanian Swamy’s criticism in the Nationwide Herald situation.
Agitated Congress customers trooped in close proximity to the chairman’s podium as quickly as the home satisfied, boosting slogans.
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi questioned if the opposition’s issue was with the government or the courtroom.
“What sort of protest is it? Is it from the federal government or court docket? Comply with the lawful method,” stated Naqvi.
Amid the din, the home was initial adjourned till eleven.30 a.m., and then till 12 noon.