New Delhi, Dec 4 : Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday expressed strong displeasure over a member naming a political party and said no accusations should be made in the House without substantial evidence.
Raising the Bhima Koregaon case during Zero hour, BJP lawmaker GVL Narasimha Rao named a political party which was strongly opposed by the members of the Left parties leading to a ruckus. Mr Naidu said allegations should not be made against any elected government. 'Some members suddenly stand up and raise their voice in protest. This is a serious matter and no one is allowed to speak in the House without the Chair’s permission,' he asserted.
He warned the Members of being barred from asking supplementary questions, if they disobeyed the Chair. (UNI)