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Athawale demands suspension law for MPs creating ruckus in Parliament

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Athawale demands suspension law for MPs creating ruckus in Parliament

Athawale demands suspension law for MPs creating ruckus in Parliament

Speaking on the ongoing ruckus in the Rajya Sabha over contentious farm bills, Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Ramdas Athawale on September 22 said that they wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders to make a law for suspension of MPs who creates ruckus in the house.

He said, "MPs should be suspended for a year not just for a session for their unlawful behaviour.

Moreover, if they still behave like this then they should be suspended for the rest of their term.

Such law should be formed in the house."


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