Parliament security breach: RLP MP Hanuman Beniwal tries to climb Lok Sabha Speaker’s dais amid protests

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Parliament security breach: RLP MP Hanuman Beniwal tries to climb Lok Sabha Speaker’s dais amid protests – Gudstory

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Hanuman Beniwal, the lone Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) MP, tried to climb the Speaker’s podium in the Lok Sabha on Thursday. The incident occurred when opposition members raised slogans against the government over the Parliament security breach that occurred on Wednesday.

According to the news agency PTIAs soon as the House proceedings resumed at 2 pm after the first adjournment of the day, the opposition members gathered in the well of the House.

The opposition raised slogans demanding the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah in the House regarding the security breach.

While the opposition members were raising slogans, Hanuman Beniwal, who was standing next to the general secretary’s chair, allegedly tried to climb on the Speaker’s dais, which is several feet high.

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B Mahtab, who was presiding over the proceedings, adjourned the House till 3 pm after passing a resolution to suspend five Congress MPs for the rest of the session for disrupting the proceedings in the Lok Sabha. His name was first given by Speaker Om Birla.

A total of 15 MPs were suspended from Parliament on Thursday for the rest of the winter session – 14 from the Lok Sabha and one from the Rajya Sabha.

The opposition MPs, who were suspended from the Lok Sabha for the rest of the session for “unruly conduct”, include: Benny Behanan, VK Srikandan, Mohammed Javed, PR Natarajan, Kanimozhi Karunanidhi, K Subramaniam, SR Parthiban, S Venkatesan and Manikam Tagore.

TMC member Derek O’Brien was on Thursday suspended from the Rajya Sabha for the remainder of the winter session for his “unruly behavior” and “misconduct” in the House. O’Brien was demanding a discussion on the issue of breach in the security of Parliament.

In a major security breach on the anniversary of the deadly 2001 Parliament terror attack, two men on Wednesday jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber from the audience gallery, raised slogans and released yellow smoke from canisters, causing panic and chaos in the House.

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Published: 14 Dec 2023, 05:00 PM IST

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