Rahul Gandhi Didn’t Attend Parliament for a Single Day
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has not attended the winter session of the Parliament for a single day since it has commenced from November 18.
The seat allocated to Wayanad MP remained empty in Lok Sabha, raising questions about his absence.
Several important issues and bills including air pollution in Delhi-NCR, the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, withdrawal of SPG security cover to Gandhi family, and electoral bonds were raised and discussed in the lower house of the Parliament during Rahul’s absence.
The Chit Funds (Amendment) Bill, 2019, was moved, discussed and passed in Lok Sabha during the first five days.
Meanwhile, Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav, who represents Azamgarh attended Lok Sabha for just one day.
BJP MP Jagdambika Pal, however, questioned the leaders’ absence in the House and said their attitude towards the Parliament proceedings were disappointing. He further stated that these are youth leaders. They should come to the House. Even being so old, we are regularly present in the house and remain active in our constituencies as well. The attitude of these young leaders is very disappointing, said Pal.
The BJP leader also reiterated that the public elects and sends us to the Parliament, so that, they raise their issues in the House and find some solutions. But Rahul Gandhi is often found missing from the House, the leader said.