Rajya Sabha Select Committee Members

Rajya Sabha Select Committee Member

Rajya Sabha Select Committee Members : Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu is seeking expert opinion to form a special committee to decide what punishment should be meted out to lawmakers responsible for the violent chaos in the House during the monsoon session of Parliament. The government has requested that these members of parliament be severely punished, they added. In the last few days, the chairman has met the former secretary-general of the Rajya Sabha and sought details of similar incidents in the past and of all such committees, including former Lok Sabha speaker Somnath Chatterjee.

Rajya Sabha Select Committee Members

The monsoon session of parliament, which ended abruptly two days ahead of schedule on Wednesday, saw a cycle of protests, blockades, and suspensions in both houses as the government and opposition parties clashed over issues such as the Pegasus Snapping. Debates and farmers’ demonstrations. Congressman Pratap Singh Bajwa made headlines in the video of throwing a rulebook in the Rajya Sabha chair when his colleagues pressed him. Violent scenes were witnessed on Wednesday before the session was adjourned. CCTV footage showed Congress female MPs arguing with female marshals and a male marshal being harassed by CPI (M) lawmaker E Karim.

Sources said the committee to be formed would have a special purpose and would have clear instructions on what would happen during the monsoon session of parliament. It is also being said that it will be a committee of 12 members from to, ideally all in the Rajya Sabha. It is also likely to be chaired by Deputy Chairman of the House Harivansh Narayan Singh. The committee is expected to investigate the matter and provide appropriate punishment, which will serve as a deterrent against any such case in the future. According to sources, the committee is expected to make an announcement within a week.

It is also being said that some members want to bring a privilege proposal in this regard. The chairman expressed dissatisfaction with the behavior of some lawmakers on the last day of the monsoon session and when opposition MPs chanted slogans during their speeches. Annoyed Naidu did not return to Parliament to pass the OBC bill or for a suspended sign die.

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