Letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla to Rahul Gandhi at Parliamentary Committee Meeting – Rahul Gandhi’s Letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Seeking ‘Freedom of Speech’ at Parliamentary Committee Meeting

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Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday wrote a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla making serious allegations after he walked out of a parliamentary committee on defense on Wednesday. He said that he is not allowed to speak in the meeting of the parliamentary committee, so I request you to intervene in this matter.

He requested the Speaker of the Lok Sabha to give the elected MPs a chance to speak in the meetings of the Parliamentary Committees without any hindrance. Sources informed about this.

Sources said that Rahul Gandhi wanted to raise issues related to Chinese aggression in Ladakh and provide better equipment to the troops before the committee, but the chairman of the committee, Juel Oraon, did not allow him.

Let me tell you, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and other members of the party left the meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on Defense Affairs in the middle of the day. He alleged that time has been spent discussing the uniforms of the armed forces instead of the important issue of national security.

Sources said Rahul Gandhi wanted to raise issues related to Chinese aggression in Ladakh and provide better equipment to the troops before the committee, but the committee chairman and BJP leader Juel Oraon did not approve.

According to a leader present at the meeting, the issue of uniforms for Army, Navy and Air Force personnel was discussed at the committee meeting in the presence of Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat and Rahul said that instead of discussing it, the leaders discussed issues of national security and strengthening the armed forces deployed in Ladakh. Should be discussed.

The committee chairperson did not allow the former Congress president to speak, after which Rahul Gandhi decided to leave the seat. After this, Congress MPs Rajiv Satav and Revant Reddy, who were present at the meeting, also accompanied him. Sources said that Rahul Gandhi had said that people associated with the army would take a decision regarding uniforms and leaders should discuss national security issues instead.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has indirectly attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the occasion of Victory Day, Rahul recalled the victory of the 1971 Pakistan war and congratulated the countrymen and the army for their bravery. Without naming the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, her courage was compared to that of the current Prime Minister.

“Congratulations to the countrymen on the celebration of India’s historic historic victory over Pakistan in 1971 and salute to the bravery of the army,” Rahul said in a tweet. This is at a time when India’s neighbors considered the Prime Minister of India to be an iron fist and were afraid of violating our country’s borders.

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday wrote a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla making serious allegations after he walked out of a parliamentary committee on defense on Wednesday. He said that he is not allowed to speak in the meeting of the parliamentary committee, so I request you to intervene in this matter.

He requested the Speaker of the Lok Sabha to give an opportunity to the elected MPs to speak in the meetings of the Parliamentary Committees without any hindrance. Sources informed about this.

Sources said that Rahul Gandhi wanted to raise issues related to Chinese aggression in Ladakh and provide better equipment to the troops before the committee, but the chairman of the committee, Juel Oraon, did not allow him.

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