‘There Should Be Debate’: Adhir Chowdhury Writes To Speaker Over Rahul’s LS Disqualification

Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Tuesday wrote a letter to Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla demanding a debate in Parliament on the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi as MP following his conviction in a defamation case. “There must be a debate within the Parliament as to establish the truth that whether or not our chief Shri Rahul Gandhi ji has been awarded disproportionate punishment which smacks of cognitive dissonance or equality of legislation is meted out to all of the elected members whosoever,” Chowdhury stated within the letter.

In the meantime, Congress leaders Kamal Nath and Shashi Tharoor additionally questioned the exclusion of Rahul Gandhi.

After attending a seminar on “Safety and Upliftment of the Structure” held by the Madhya Pradesh unit of the All-India Skilled Congress in Indore, the 2 leaders had been talking to the media.

Nath talked about that Gandhi’s legal defamation trial was held in Gujarat over a press release he made 4 years in the past in Karnataka.

The Madhya Pradesh Congress chief acknowledged that he wished to inquire of the seminar’s attorneys concerning whether or not the motion taken in opposition to Gandhi was “bona fide or mala fide,” or taken with good or dangerous intent.

In line with Tharoor, Gandhi talked about three to 4 people in his speech on the election rally in Karnataka, however this didn’t imply that everybody with the surname “Modi” is a thief.

“Each the interpretations of Gandhi’s assertion ought to have been understood, and if in any respect any minimal punishment was to be awarded, he may have been given a warning that he mustn’t repeat such motion and the case ought to have been closed,” he stated.

Nevertheless, Tharoor acknowledged that Rahul Gandhi was disqualified from serving as an MP as a result of the court docket imposed a most sentence of two years in jail on him for the offense. He deemed this to be a really unlucky improvement.

Moreover, the Thiruvananthapuram Member of Parliament acknowledged that the disputed assertion was made at an election rally the place a variety of issues are stated.

“Individuals say many issues in an election speech. You all know what the BJP has stated about me or Kamal Nath throughout elections,” he stated. 

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