Congress President and Rajya Sabha MP Mallikarjuna Kharge’s ‘Canine’ comment has created big furore in Rajya Sabha as BJP MPs demanded unconditional apology whereas the Congress declined BJP’s demand.
Earlier, Kharge had made controversial feedback through the Bharat Jodo Yatra public assembly on Monday in Rajasthan’s Alwar. “Has even your canine died for India?” Kharge made these feedback when the dialogue on India-China border dispute was not allowed in Parliament. Kharge questioned the intent of the Centre on resolving the India-China border subject.
The Higher Home on Tuesday witnessed big ruckus over Kharge’s feedback. This resulted within the confrontation between Congress and BJP MPs in the home. Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankar made crucial feedback on the behaviour of MPs in Parliament. He stood up in the home and reminded everybody that “we’re not youngsters” following chaos in the home over Kharge’s feedback. Mr Jagdeep Dhankar commented that “135 Crore Indians are laughing at us. They’re pondering, questioning — what degree have we fallen to.”
“This sort of show of conduct and behavior offers us a really, very dangerous identify,” Mr Dhankhar mentioned. “We’re setting a really dangerous instance. Folks outdoors are disillusioned,” he added. “One thing might have been mentioned outdoors the Home in a second of emotion,” Mr Dhankhar, a lawyer by coaching, mentioned in his self-discipline lesson to the MPs in Rajya Sabha.
Nevertheless, BJP MPs demand apology from Kharge stating that such “insensitive” feedback wouldn’t be spared even whether it is outdoors the home. Rejecting calls for for an apology, Mr Kharge mentioned he had made the remark outdoors the Home, so it couldn’t be mentioned in Parliament. Additional defending his argument, he claimed, “Those that fought for the nation’s independence — you’re asking them to apologise?”
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