BJP MLAs Halt Protest At Delhi Assembl Decide To Hit Streets Against AAP

On Tuesday, BJP MLAs decided to “stop” their demonstration in the Delhi Assembly, but they said they would still go to the streets to protest the alleged corruption of the AAP administration.

Amid many adjournments and shouting matches between the leaders of the governing AAP and BJP, the BJP MLAs were escorted out of the House for the third day.

Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, the leader of the Opposition in the Assembly, had already said that the MLAs would fast for a second straight day to demand an investigation into several scandals by the Delhi administration.

Vijender Gupta, a BJP lawmaker, said they are “halting” their dharna within the Delhi Assembly grounds.

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He said that “the BJP MLAs have committed to continue their protest seeking answers in severe instances of financial irregularities appearing in the Excise Policy 2021-22 and building of classrooms.”

CM Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia, he said, cannot continue to dodge inquiries from the public for very long.

He said there was “irrefutable proof” of Sisodia’s involvement in the alcohol and classroom scheme development.

He promised to go to the streets to inform the public of the “mountain of corruption charges” against the AAP administration.

Due to continued verbal combat between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the BJP over corruption claims, MLAs from both parties staged an overnight protest at the legislature on Monday. Additionally, the AAP MLAs are not camped out in the Assembly.

While BJP MPs pushed for the dismissal of ministers Satyendar Jain and Sisodia over alleged corruption accusations, AAP parliamentarians are calling for the resignation of Delhi LG V K Saxena.

The AAP has charged Mr. Saxena with using his position as the head of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) to exert pressure on two of his subordinates to convert 1,400 crore rupees worth of demonetized bank notes.

Deputy Speaker Rakhi Birla escorted the BJP legislators to the exit on Friday and Monday. Many adjournments disrupted Tuesday’s session, and when it finally reopened at approximately 2 pm, Sisodia addressed the House.

Mr. Sisodia referred to the BJP as the “Bachcha Chor Party,” possibly alluding to the arrest of a BJP councilor in a case involving an alleged abduction of a child, which prompted BJP lawmakers to protest and forced Birla to order everyone out except for Bidhuri. However, he objected and left.

“If I hadn’t left in protest, I would have also been carried away later. They wanted us to hear their saint Manish Sisodia’s “pravachan.”

Three days have passed since they began exploiting the Assembly for their propaganda and preventing the Opposition from raising concerns or challenging them. “On the phone, Mr. Bidhuri informed PTI.

He said that party members had demanded a debate over the “scams” surrounding alcohol and education. Still, the deputy speaker not only disregarded their requests but also had them escorted out of the House.

“Even today, BJP MPs have submitted notices for discussions in the House about the liquor fraud and the education scam. The administration has yet to provide an explanation for the massive liquor fraud scheme that cost hundreds of crores, “added he.

He said that despite the CVC report’s specific mention of a fraud involving the building of classrooms, the Delhi government delayed it for two and a half years.

“The Kejriwal administration is avoiding talking about any of these concerns. Although it is regrettable that the BJP members were expelled to silence their voice, the governing party’s MLAs nonetheless made noise in the House well. He said, “The Kejriwal administration is not permitting the Opposition even in the House since they have no response to these claims.

As a result of their “voices being muffled in the Delhi Assembly,” according to Mr. Bidhuri, they have already written to President Droupadi Murmu and requested a meeting with her.

Ramesh Bidhuri, a BJP MP, attempted to see the party’s eight MLAs who had sat on a nightlong protest earlier in the day but was turned away at the gate.

Later, to pour “Gangajal” outside Rajghat’s entrance, he went there. He said that while it was a holy location, those engaged in the “scam” of alcoholic beverages had rendered it filthy.

Last Monday, AAP leaders went to Rajghat to highlight the “Operation Lotus” failure in Delhi. They said that the BJP had attempted to oust several of their MPs, including Mr. Sisodia, by making them each an offer of 20 crores, but that attempt had failed because their lawmakers were opposed to “genuine honesty.’

In light of the volatile scenario present as a result of the overnight demonstrations by both parties, the Delhi Assembly Secretariat issued an order on Tuesday prohibiting the admission of MPs and political party leaders.