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Delhi Violence Rocks Parliament

Delhi Violence Rocks Parliament

Parliament Reconvened Today After A Three-Week Break Amid Uproar And Slogan Shouting By The Opposition Parties Led By The Congress. Opposition Parties Demanded The Resignation Of Prime Minister Narendra Modi And Home Minister Amit Shah Over The Recent Violence In Delhi Over CAA-NRC. There Was Chaos In Lok Sabha As Members Of The BJP And Congress Pushed Each Other Amid Slogan Shouting From Members Of The Opposition Parties.

Many Members Even Carried A Black Banner And Held Up Posters Demanding The Resignation Of Modi And Shah.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Who Tried To Carry Out The Proceedings Of The House, Maintained That It Was Not Appropriate For Such Discussions And Refused To Allocate Any Time To Hold Discussions On The Delhi Riots That Led To The Death Of Over 40 People Last Week. Eventually He Adjourned The House As The Members Of Opposition Parties Refused To Relent.

“We Want Home Minister Amit Shah To Resign. We Also Want Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Talk On The Delhi Violence. He Needs To Clarify The Government’s Stand On The Situation,” Said Congress MP Shashi Tharoor.

AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi Said That The Violence In Delhi Was Nothing Short Of Genocide. “This Was Not A Riot… This Was A Genocide, Allowed By The Delhi Police,” He Said, Adding That The Government Kept Silent. “All That The PM Did Was To Tweet On This. Why Can’t The PM Speak On Delhi Violence.”

The Story Was No Different In The Upper House—Rajya Sabha. Pandemonium Dominated The Proceedings, Forcing Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu To Adjourn The House For The Day. Members Of The Congress, Trinamool Congress, Samajwadi Party Beside The Left, Bahujan Samaj Party And DMK Raised Repeated Slogans Against The BJP Over The Issue Of Violence In The Capital.

They Accused The Ruling Party Of Sleeping While Delhi Was Burning. Three Members Of The TMC Even Had Black Bands On Their Eyes Which They Had To Remove After Naidu’s Order As Sporting Badges Was Prohibited Inside The House.

Last Week, A Spate Of Violent Incidents Hit The National Capital’s Northeast Areas In Which Over 45 People Were Killed And More Than 200 People Injured. The Delhi Police Has Come Under Severe Criticism For Failing To Tackle The Situation. The Delhi High Court Came Down Heavily On The Police For Its Lack Of Appropriate Action..