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Uproar over Delhi violence in Parliament, Opposition seeks PM Modi-Amit Shah's resignation

The second phase of the budget session in Parliament has started from Monday. On the first day, there was an uproar on the issue of Delhi violence, so it happened. The second phase of the budget session in Parliament has started from Monday. On the first day, there was an uproar on the issue of Delhi violence, so it happened. There was a lot of uproar in both houses over the violence. MPs of opposition parties raised a lot of slogans in the House. Opposition lawmakers blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah for the violence and demanded his resignation.

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Over Delhi Voilence Parliment had Uprore to Pm Modi and Amit Shah

MPs had prepared posters to demand resignation, which were shown in Parliament. The MPs refused to listen to Speaker Om Birla. The speaker said that this situation is not correct. He will wait till the situation becomes normal and then discuss it. In the Rajya Sabha also, Congress, Left, TMC, SP, BSP and DMK MPs shouted slogans on the issue of Delhi violence. The two houses were adjourned for some time amidst heavy uproar. The MPs of the opposition parties have given notice in both houses and demanded that the violence in Delhi that lasted for four days be discussed. 46 people have died in this violence. Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad, while targeting the central government, said that when Delhi was abetted by violence, the central government was sleeping. Congress has demanded that PM Modi should give a statement on this in Parliament and said that Home Minister Amit Shah should resign immediately.

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In Parliment opposition seeks Resignation from pm Modi and Amit Shah

Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu said that this issue is really serious and worthy of discussion. He will give time to discuss it. He said, 'It is our priority to make the situation normal. We should see that normalcy has been restored and then we can discuss ways and means to stop it. ' It is being told by quoting sources that Amit Shah will not give any statement on the violence and current conditions in Delhi today. He will make a statement only when the proceedings of the House run normally. TMC MPs Mahua Mitra and Sukhendu Shekhar Rai demonstrated in the Parliament complex with their black eyes and fingers on their lips. Several party MPs including Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, Shashi Tharoor also reached the dharna site and held posters demanding Amit Shah's resignation in their hands.