Will Rahul Gandhi cease to be an MP? BJP MP Nishikant Dubey said- Now to remove him from the Parliament..

BJP MP Nishikant Dubey: Congress MP from Wayanad, Rahul Gandhi’s Lok Sabha membership may be in danger. Actually, BJP is constantly raising voice in favor of strict action against Rahul Gandhi for not apologizing. BJP MP Nishikant Dubey has demanded formation of a special committee against Rahul for his statements insulting Parliament, democracy and institutions.

Nishikant Dubey said that a special committee should be formed to end Rahul’s Lok Sabha membership. The BJP MP said that in 2005 a special committee was also formed in the matter of taking money in lieu of questions. In which the special committee terminated the membership of 11 members due to hurting the dignity of the Parliament, which was also upheld by the Supreme Court.

The time has come to remove Rahul from Parliament – BJP MP

BJP MP Nishikant Dubey said that Rahul Gandhi has constantly tarnished the dignity of the Parliament and the country by calling for Europe-America. That’s why the time has come to remove him from the Parliament. Meanwhile, on Thursday (March 16), a meeting of eight senior ministers was held in Parliament House with Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. In which there was discussion on taking this matter forward against Rahul in the coming days.

It is being told that BJP will intensify its attacks to corner Rahul Gandhi. Looking at the political attacks that have taken place so far, every morning for the last four days, a cabinet minister is taking on the Wayanad MP. In fact, the uproar over Congress MP Rahul Gandhi’s statements made at Cambridge University is not taking the name of stopping. There is a constant demand from the BJP to apologize to Rahul Gandhi.

Want to answer BJP’s allegations- Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi held a press conference after returning from abroad. In which he said that “They want to answer the allegations of BJP in the Parliament, but they do not think that they will be allowed to speak in the House. The allegations have been made in the Parliament on behalf of four ministers, so it is my democratic right to answer.” Should be given a chance. If India’s democracy is working, then I will be able to say my point in the Parliament.

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