New Delhi, Mar 5: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi on Thursday said that the conduct of the seven Congress MPs, who were suspended from the Lok Sabha for the rest of the session , was highly condemnable and unpardonable.
Talking to reporters here, Mr Joshi said, "they have reached the height of indiscipline and arrogance. Some pieces of paper were directly thrown at the Speaker’s chair. This is highly condemnable and unpardonable.’’
The Seven MPs of the Congress- Gurjeet Singh Aujla, Behanan Benny, Gaurav Gogoi, Dean Kuriakose, T N Prathapan, Manickam Tagore B and Rajmohan Unnithan -- were on Thursday suspended from the Lok Sabha for the remaining session for their unruly behaviour.
They were suspended under rule 374 for the remaining session after voting in the House. (UNI)