Ruling party’s adjournment on Rahul Gandhi issue unfortunate: Jairam

Senior BJP leader and Leader of Opposition Jairam Thakur said that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was facing a case of embezzlement in Surat court, under which he was sentenced to two years. After this, Article 102 (1) of the Constitution of India, under Section 8 of the Representation of People’s Act 1951, clearly states that if a Member of Parliament or MLA is convicted of an offense and sentenced to imprisonment for two years or more If he goes, his membership of Parliament or Legislative Assembly ends.

It is absolutely clear that Rahul Gandhi’s membership has not been terminated for any political motivation, otherwise it has been terminated for the Constitution of India.

If this decision has come to the fore, then it has come as per the orders of the court and following the constitution, but what happened yesterday in the Vidhansabha was unfortunate when the Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and ministers of the state boycotted the Vidhansabha while holding the constitutional posts. They came out raising slogans against, this does not suit the representatives sitting on the constitutional posts of the government.

He said that BJP Legislature Party demanded discussion on Rahul Gandhi issue under Point of Order but all Congress leaders got up from the Assembly and the House of Assembly was adjourned, it did not go well.

He said that Rahul Gandhi is a senior Congress leader and it has become his habit that he repeatedly hurts the sentiments of the general public and various social communities in his speech, there is no such incident, many incidents have happened and now So such incidents are not limited to the country, they have been done by Rahul Gandhi in foreign countries also.

He said that many defamation cases are going on in India against Rahul Gandhi, out of which the cases of 2014 and 2016 are before us.

The Supreme Court, in its judgment on 11 July 2013, said that any MP or MLA would be disqualified from the date of conviction by the lower court for membership of the Parliament or the Legislative Assembly, after this decision the law only did its work. Have done

He said that this is not the first time that a Member of Parliament has had his membership canceled under this law, many leaders like Subramanian Swamy in 1976, Indira Gandhi in 1978, 11 MPs in 2005, Lalu Prasad Yadav in 2013 Lost under this law.

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