After ‘unparliamentary’ words, ‘dharna’ banned before Monsoon Session
Published on Jul 15, 2022 05:36 PM IST
- Ahead of the Monsoon Session, which is set to begin on July 18, a new circular by the Rajya Sabha Secretariat states that demonstrations, 'dharnas', fast or religious ceremonies can no longer be held in the precincts of Parliament House. The circular on 'dharnas' comes amid opposition outrage over the "gag order" on using certain words in Parliament. Congress has hut back at and mocked the new circular with the tag 'd(h)arna mana hai'. Meanwhile. Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla has clarified that the circular is just a routine procedure. Watch this video for more information.
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