New Delhi. The party on Wednesday slammed the central government over the suspension of six Trinamool Congress MPs in the Rajya Sabha after they behaved against the rules and said the government was trying to divide the opposition by allowing discussion on agricultural laws and ignoring the issue of Pegasus espionage. is working.
Trinamool said that the opposition is united against the government on the issue of espionage. Six Trinamool MPs, who protested with placards along with other opposition MPs over the Pegasus spying issue, were suspended for the day by Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu. Though he did not name the MPs, a Parliament bulletin identified the MPs who were suspended for the day as Dola Sen, Mohammad Nadimul Haque, Abir Ranjan Biswas, Shanta Chhetri, Arpita Ghosh and Mausam Noor.
At the same time, notices presented in Rajya Sabha by Ram Gopal Yadav of Samajwadi Party, E Karim of Communist Party of Marx and Sushil Gupta of Aam Aadmi Party for discussion on agricultural laws were accepted. Sources said that soon after the suspension of the MPs, opposition leaders met at Mallikarjun Kharge’s office in Parliament.
In the meeting that lasted for more than an hour, the parties decided to maintain their stand on the demand raised in both the houses of Parliament. The meeting was attended by Nationalist Congress Party leader Sharad Pawar, Congress leaders Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and Jairam Ramesh, DMK’s TR Baalu and Tiruchi Siva and Trinamool’s Derek O’Brien and Kalyan Banerjee.