BJP issues notice on Ramesh Bidhuri’s controversial statement, Danish Ali said- I will consider leaving the House

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Politics has heated up after BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri’s objectionable remarks on BSP MP Danish Ali. Raising this issue, leaders of opposition parties have targeted PM Modi and BJP. Danish Ali on Friday (September 22) gave a notice against Ramesh Bidhuri over these comments and urged Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla to send the matter to the Privileges Committee.

Taking aim at RSS, Danish Ali said, “Is this what is taught in RSS shakhas and Narendra Modi ji’s laboratory? When your cadre leaves no stone unturned in insulting an elected MP with words like… in full Parliament, then what would he do with the common Muslims? The soul trembles even thinking about this.

BJP sent show cause notice

Danish Ali said, “I hope that justice will be done to me and the Speaker will take action. If this does not happen, I will consider leaving this House with a full heart.” According to sources of news agency ANI, BJP has issued a show cause notice to MP Ramesh Bidhuri on the instructions of party president JP Nadda for using unparliamentary language against Danish Ali.

Rajnath Singh apologized

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has also apologized for Ramesh Bidhuri’s comments. Earlier, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla had warned Ramesh Bidhuri for his statements made in the House. According to news agency PTI, the Lok Sabha Speaker warned Bidhuri that if such behavior is seen in future, strict action will be taken.

Rahul Gandhi met Danish Ali

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi met Danish Ali on Friday at his residence in Delhi. After this Rahul Gandhi said, “A shop of love in the market of hatred.” At the same time, after meeting Rahul Gandhi, Danish Ali said, “He came to meet me to keep my morale high and to give his support. He said that I am not alone and all those who are standing with democracy are standing with me.

BSP supremo Mayawati said

BSP chief and former UP CM Mayawati said, “BJP MP from Delhi made objectionable remarks against BSP MP Danish Ali in the House. The Speaker has removed it from the record and has also warned him and a senior BJP minister has apologized in the House.” Asked for, but it is sad/unfortunate that the party has not yet taken appropriate action against him.”

Ravi Shankar Prasad gave clarification

BJP MP Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “Inside and outside the Parliament, we have always supported dignified conduct and I myself also follow it. I do not support any comment which is indecent.”

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