Parliament House is not for holding exhibitions, fights, dharnas, and quick or strict services declared another round by the Rajya Sabha Secretariat states.
The round on dharnas or fights comes in the midst of resistance shock over the “gag request” involving specific words in Parliament and has ignited analysis from the resistance Congress.
The new notice, which has been given by Rajya Sabha Secretary General PC Mody in front of the Monsoon meeting of Parliament starting July 18, said the benevolent participation of individuals is requested.
“Individuals can’t utilize the regions of the Parliament House for any show, dharna, strike, quick, or to play out any strict service,” the release said.
Congress general secretary and boss whip of the party in Rajya Sabha Jairam Ramesh took to Twitter to go after the public authority.
“Vishguru’s most recent salvo – D(h)arna Mana Hai!,” he said, sharing a duplicate of the round gave on July 14.
Resistance individuals have in the past shown inside Parliament complex and have additionally arranged fights and diets outside Mahatma Gandhi’s sculpture inside the complex.
The round based on use of certain conditions in Parliament has drawn fire from the Opposition which demanded that each articulation utilized by them to depict how the BJP was annihilating India has now been pronounced unparliamentary.
In any case, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla made it clear on Thursday that no word has been prohibited from use in Parliament however will be erased on logical premise. Individuals are allowed to communicate their perspectives while keeping up with etiquette of the House, he had said.
Another booklet by the Lok Sabha Secretariat said on Wednesday that the utilization of terms like ‘jumlajeevi’, ‘baal buddhi’, ‘Coronavirus spreader’, ‘Snoopgate’ and, surprisingly, generally utilized words like ’embarrassed’, ‘manhandled, ‘double-crossed’, ‘degenerate’, ‘show’, ‘fraud’ and ‘uncouth’ will hereafter be considered unparliamentary in both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.