According to a latest order issued, no dharna will be permitted in the Parliament ahead of the monsoon session.
The latest order has been published by AICC General Secretary Jairam Ramesh the Secretary General of the Rajya Sabha PC Mody on Twitter. He captioned the image as “Vishguru’s latest salvo — D(h)arna Mana Hai!”
As per the said latest order by the Secretary General of the Rajya Sabha, members of Parliament cannot use its precincts for any dharna or strike.
The order by PC Mody stated, “Members cannot use the precincts of Parliament House for any demonstration, dharna, strike, fast, or for the purpose of performing any religious ceremony.”
In conclusion Mody wrote, “kind cooperation of members.”
While, a booklet ahead of the monsoon session of Parliament QQ has been released by the Lok Sabha secretariat on Wednesday. In which it’s clearly mentioned whether which words will now be considered ‘unparliamentary’ in the two Houses.
The booklet states that the usage of the following words would be considered as “unparliamentary” in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. These words are ‘jumlajeevi’, ‘baal buddhi’, ‘Covid spreader’ and ‘Snoopgate’ and even commonly used words like ‘ashamed’, ‘abused, ‘betrayed’, ‘corrupt’, ‘drama’, ‘hypocrisy’, and ‘incompetent’. The booklet soon after its release gained criticism from some opposition leaders, who attacked the Centre, terming the restrictions unnecessary. Some of them even threatened to use them even at the risk of suspension.