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Six opposition MPs ordered to leave Rajya Sabha for rest of the day over “grossly disorderly” conduct

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6 Trinamool Rajya Sabha MPs Suspended For Today Over 'Disorderly' Conduct

New Delhi:

Six Trinamool Congress MPs have been ordered to leave the Rajya Sabha for rest of the day over “grossly disorderly” conduct, after they entered the nicely of the home and displayed placards whereas protesting over the Pegasus scandal.

The Rajya Sabha members are Dola Sen, Nadimul Haque, Abir Ranjan Biswas, Shanta Chhetri , Arpita Ghosh and Mausam Noor. Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu first requested members to return to their seats after which threatened to invoke rule 255 towards these holding placards.

Opposition leaders, together with Trinamool members, trooped into the nicely of the home, some holding placards, to demand a dialogue on the subject of Israeli-made, military-grade Pegasus spyware and adware allegedly getting used to listen in on opposition leaders, authorities critics and journalists.

Minutes after the suspension order, Trinamool MP Derek O’Brien tweeted that opposition MPs will protest at 2 pm. “Two pm in Rajya Sabha. Today. Come watch the entire Opposition unite against Modi-Shah dictatorship,” he wrote, together with the hashtag #KhelaHobe (there can be a sport), his social gathering’s slogan for the Bengal election.

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(THIS STORY HAS NOT BEEN EDITED BY INDIA07 TEAM AND IS AUTO-GENERATED FROM A SYNDICATED FEED.)

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