Bhagwant Mann's Video Controversy: Know Who Said What

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Bhagwant Mann's Video Controversy: Know Who Said What

  • Sumitra Mahajan: LS Speaker Said In The Lok Sabha
"Thirteen people have laid down their lives for security of Parliament once. I know the matter is serious, I'll see to it,"
  • Pj Kurien: Deputy Chairman
"The government has to take cognisance of the security violation and take appropriate legal action"
  • Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi: Minister Of State For Parliamentary Affairs
"This is a matter concerning security of Parliament. The matter must be discussed and action needs to be taken,"
  • Partap Singh Bajwa (Cong)
"Security of Parliament was a non-partisan issue. The government, he said, should have arrested Mann and removed him from Lok Sabha membership."
  • Anand Sharma (Cong)
"A joint committee under Lok Sabha Speaker was constituted after the 2001 Parliament attack and the current issue should also be referred to the same panel"
  • Sitaram Yechury (CPI-M)
"Why is delay since yesterday (in taking action). I am asking the government, why action has not been taken so far,"
  • Harsimrat Kaur Badal:  Union Minister
"Mann endangered the lives of all parliamentarians, prime minister, vice president and other people too."
  • Bhagwant Mann
"If the (Lok Sabha) speaker asks, then I am ready to apologize." “Is it illegal, inappropriate to post a video which shows procedure of how questions are taken up in Parliament during question hour. Did my video pose a security threat to Parliament? I will post a video again tomorrow; let me be served a notice’’. (JULY 21, 2016)   For all the latest news and updates from India and across the globe, follow us on @NewsWorldIN on Twitter and News World India on Facebook

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