New Delhi: The government is continuing on 1984 riots. In this order, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) took such a step in the Delhi assembly, due to which he got himself surrounded. Indeed, the Delhi Assembly passed a resolution demanding withdrawal of ‘Bharat Ratna’ given to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi due to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
You, MLA Alka Lamba, protested the proposal on Friday saying that she is going to resign from the legislative post. Lamba tweeted, “Today the proposal was brought in the Delhi assembly that the Bharat Ratna given to former Prime Minister Late Shri Rajiv Gandhi Ji should be withdrawn, I was asked to support it in my speech, which was not approved by me, I walk out of the house. Now the punishment that I will get, I am ready for that. ”
He said, “I do not support this proposal. When I presented this proposal in the Assembly, I came out of the house. Later, when I got the information about the passage of this proposal, then I spoke to you on the convenor Arvind Kejriwal. “He said,” Kejriwal has asked me to resign from the legislative post. Therefore, I am going to resign following the party chief’s order. “Though Lamba’s resignation has not yet received any response from the party, even though reports of resignation.
Aam Aadmi Party spokesman Saurabh Bharadwaj claimed that the original article was presented in the House, the rows in respect to the former Prime Minister were not part of it. He also said that it was a member’s handwritten amendment proposal which can not be passed in such a way. While presenting this proposal, MLA MLA Jarnail Singh mentioned the name of Rajiv Gandhi and demanded that the Bharat Ratna be withdrawn from the Congress leader for justifying the anti-Sikh riots.
Propose to withdraw ‘Bharat Ratna’ from former PM Rajiv Gandhi, present in Delhi Assembly
But after Bharadwaj’s statement, Singh said that this is only a technical shortcoming. He said that although written copies of the proposal were not mentioned in Gandhi, it was only spoken verbally which passed passively in the House.
Congress has reacted sharply on this issue. Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken said, “Rajiv Gandhi sacrificed his life for the country and you have come to the real color of BJP, which is a” B-team of BJP “. After the incident in the assembly, Bharadwaj tweeted and cleared the whole matter. A senior leader of yours said that the party leadership had no information about this.
Keep in mind that after the assassination of former prime minister Indira Gandhi by her two Sikh bodyguards on October 31, 273 Sikhs were killed in the anti-Sikh riots between November 1 and November 4, 1984. Congress leader Sajjan Kumar has been convicted recently in a case related to this. Aam Aadmi Party leader Jarnail Singh has been raising the issue of Sikh riots.
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