There was uproar in Parliament, anti-women and dalit, it was a well-thought-out move of the opposition: Mangal Pandey
Patna: Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey called the opposition anti-women and Dalits over the uproar in Parliament over farmers, inflation, special status to Andhra Pradesh, alleged spying of journalists, citizenship of the new minister and other issues. He said both the houses of Parliament had to be adjourned on the first day of the monsoon session due to the conduct of the opposition.
Senior BJP leader Mangal Pandey on Monday said that this is a deliberate move of the opposition and today will be written as a black day in parliamentary history. He said that the opposition has not only played with the honor of women and Dalits by creating a ruckus, but has also hurt the dignity of Parliament by creating disturbance in the tradition which has been going on since independence. Pandey said that the opposition not allowing Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speak in both the houses is giving birth to a new tradition, but the people of the country are watching. He said that when the time comes, the public will teach such a lesson to the opposition leaders that their visit to either House of Parliament will become rare.
The BJP leader said that since the time of the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, the process of introduction of new ministers by the Prime Minister in both the houses is going on, but the entire opposition was so upset with the introduction of Dalit, tribal and women ministers that the new ministers came out of the Prime Minister's mouth. Was not ready to hear the names of the ministers. Pandey said that the job of the opposition is only to create a ruckus and disrupt the House. The opposition is neither concerned with the parliamentary tradition nor has anything to do with development. Not only this, the development of tribals and Dalits along with half the population is not liked by the opposition. This is the reason that during the Prime Minister's address, the entire opposition got into a ruckus in both the houses of the house keeping the parliamentary decorum aside. Because of this the Prime Minister could not introduce the new ministers.