Congress will intensify protest in Parliament, preparing to surround Om Birla; plan ahead

Congress will intensify protest in Parliament, preparing to surround Om Birla;  plan ahead

The opposition is gheraoing the government from the road to the Parliament after former Congress President Rahul Gandhi was disqualified from the membership of the Lok Sabha. The opposition has now made preparations to open a front against Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla as well. Accusing the Speaker of the Lok Sabha of suppressing his voice, the opposition is preparing to present a no-confidence motion against him. This proposal can be presented on the coming Monday.

According to party sources, the opposition parties are considering moving a no-confidence motion against the Lok Sabha Speaker. Opposition parties allege that their voice is being suppressed in the House. Rahul Gandhi was not given a chance despite asking for a chance to keep his point under the rules. Rahul Gandhi’s membership was canceled within 24 hours. On all these subjects, the opposition parties can present a no-confidence motion in the House.

A senior party leader said the issue was discussed in the Congress Parliamentary Party meeting. The party is in discussion with other opposition parties in this regard. According to sources, many opposition parties are with the Congress on this issue. Talks are going on with other parties also on this subject. Presenting no-confidence motion against the Lok Sabha Speaker, the party wants signatures of at least 100 MPs. So that, there is no technical deficiency left in the proposal.

Congress strategists believe that the smooth running of the House is very important for presenting the no-confidence motion. In such a situation, the Congress is afraid that the ruling party may somehow try to adjourn the House by creating ruckus from some other party. In such a situation, it is difficult to say that no-confidence motion will be presented against the Speaker of the Lok Sabha. Despite all this, the opposition party will try to present a motion of no confidence in the house.

Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh said that all the 19 opposition parties are united on the issue of saving democracy. In fact, the Shiv Sena stayed away from the meeting held at Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge’s house on Monday evening. 18 political parties participated in this meeting. But, the displeasure has gone away after Sanjay Raut’s meeting with Rahul Gandhi. Jairam said that we will continue to demand formation of JPC on Adani issue.

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