PM upset over some MPs' terrible acting: RS head in the middle of a row over copying
PM upset over some MPs' terrible acting: RS head in the middle of a row over copying

New Delhi, Dec 20: Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar talked about how upset he was that suspended TMC MP Kalyan Banerjee made fun of him outside of Parliament. On Wednesday, he said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi also talked about how upset he was that a member was acting up in the “sacred” Parliament complex, calling it “unfortunate.”

On his official social media account, Vice President Dhankhar said that he had a phone call from Prime Minister Modi in which he said that he had been insulted in the same way for twenty years and counting, but that it was wrong to do the same thing to a constitutional office in the Parliament.


“I heard from Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji on the phone.” He was very upset about the terrible acting of some MPs, especially since it happened in the holy Parliament building yesterday. “He told me that he has been insulted in this way for twenty years and counting. It was sad that it could happen to someone in a constitutional position like Vice President of India and in the Parliament,” VP Dhankar wrote on X.

In response to Prime Minister Modi, the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha said that no amount of abuse would make him change his mind. He also said that he was committed to standing up for the ideals that are important to him.

“I told him, Mr. Prime Minister, that the actions of a few won’t stop me from doing my job and upholding the values written in our Constitution.” From the bottom of my heart, I promise to stick to those principles. “Loving what you say won’t change my mind,” Dhankhar wrote.

In other news, Congress MP Jairam Ramesh said on Wednesday that the mimicry row was an attempt to take attention away from the fact that 141 MPs had been suspended from Parliament.

The members were banned for making a fuss and stopping work in both Houses because they wanted Union Home Minister Amit Shah to say something about the December 13 security breach in Parliament.

Sharing an old video clip of Prime Minister Narendra Modi supposedly imitating Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on the floor of Parliament, Ramesh wrote, “These “mimicry” claims are being used to try to take attention away from the unprecedented suspension of 142 MPs.” Remember who copied whom and where in the Lok Sabha?”

On Tuesday, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi asked the INDIA bloc to apologize for Dhankar’s impersonation. He also said that opposition members were trying to make fun of the vice president’s image and were against the country’s farming and tribal communities.

Joshi was worried about the mirroring event in the Rajya Sabha. He said, “The Leader of Congress, a former President of the Congress Party who couldn’t run his own party’s business, was trying to encourage this bad behavior.” This event has been talked about on social media, and people are criticizing it.

Joshi also said that Congress had insulted President Droupadi Murmu on purpose before.

Congress has been insulting our President, who is from a tribal background, on purpose from the start. From the first day, their party leader in the other house attacked her. They must be crazy because of this, he said.

“A top Congress leader and former Chief Minister of Rajasthan also raised concerns about the Vice President’s trip to Rajasthan, where there was no model code of conduct in place at the time.” Their party is against farms, tribal people, and the Jat community. Congress and the Ghamandiya alliance need to say sorry. They tried to make fun of the vice president’s good looks. It is very wrong to do this. If you have any sense at all, you should say sorry. I condemn what Kalyan Banerjee and Rahul Gandhi did, he said.

The Rajya Sabha Chairman also talked about how upset he was that banned Trinamool Congress MP Kalyan Banerjee was seen imitating him during a protest in Parliament. He said it was “unacceptable” and that “the institution of the Chairman has been ravaged.”

“Don’t take on my past as a farmer or a member of the community.” Chairpersons have lost their jobs, and it’s because of a political party that has been around for so long that a top member of parliament films another member. “For what?” asked the head of the Rajya Sabha.

Kalyan Banerjee, a suspended TMC MP, was seen acting like the Vice President during the protest at Parliament’s Makar Dwar with other suspended MPs. Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress party, was also seen filming the Trinamool MP on his phone.

On Tuesday, 49 more opposition MPs were kicked out of the Lok Sabha for “misconduct” for the rest of the summer term. The number of MPs who have been banned from Parliament now stands at 141.



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