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Manipur Incident: Opposition Demanding Resignation Of CM. Parliament Adjourned

Uproar was witnessed in both the Houses of the Parliament even on Friday regarding Manipur violence. 

Meanwhile, opposition parties again created ruckus in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha . Due to this, the proceedings of the Lok Sabha have been adjourned till Monday.

 Earlier, due to the uproar, the proceedings of the Lok Sabha were adjourned till 12 noon and the proceedings of the Rajya Sabha were adjourned till 2:30 pm.

Due to uproar in Parliament on Thursday , discussion on Manipur violence and Centre’s ordinance could not be taken up. 

On Friday , when the proceedings started in the Parliament, there was a lot of uproar again. Today again debate was seen in both the Houses regarding Manipur violence. 

Due to this uproar, the proceedings of the Lok Sabha have been adjourned till Monday.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said about the uproar in Parliament on the Manipur violence that some parties do not want to allow the discussion to take place. The opposition is running away from the discussion, but we want the Manipur issue to be discussed.

Regarding the uproar in Parliament over the Manipur violence, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said that sloganeering will not solve the problem.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given his reaction to the video of Manipur before the start of the monsoon session. He said that what has happened in Manipur is very shameful. Regarding this incident, I assure you that those who are guilty will get the harshest punishment.

Due to lack of action for 77 days after this incident, the state government is facing trouble. All the opposition parties including the Congress attacked the government in the Parliament.

Several opposition MPs gave notices of adjournment of work in both the Houses demanding the statement and discussion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in both the Houses of Parliament on the issue of Manipur. 

Congress MPs Manish Tewari, Manickam Tagore and some other opposition MPs gave notices of adjournment on Friday.

Demanding a discussion in the House, Lok Sabha member Manish Tiwari said that apart from giving information about the situation there, the government should also tell what measures were taken to restore peace and what kind of policies were implemented?

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal said that the opposition deliberately does not want discussion. He is changing his stand again and again. Quoting the rules. The Home Minister will answer on this.

The nation is in shock and anger after a video of women being paraded naked in Manipur went viral. A total of four accused have been arrested in this case so far. 

The Chief Justice is very hurt by this matter and he himself has taken cognizance of this matter.

On social media, many people, including the Congress, have demanded the removal of Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren, accusing him of colossal failure. 

However, sources say that N Biren will continue to be the Chief Minister of Manipur. 

Government sources said that there is no discussion on changing the chief minister, but the priority is to ensure that law and order remains under control.

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