in

Jaya Bachchan on the ‘rape’ remark made by a Cong MLA

In the Rajya Sabha, Jaya Bachchan misses her cool

Key takeaways:

  • Jaya Bachchan on Friday requested “severe activity” against Congress’ KR Ramesh Kumar for his dubious “appreciate assault” comment.
  • A few Congress pioneers, including party public secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala, separated themselves from Kumar’s comment.

Samajwadi Party (SP) administrator Jaya Bachchan on Friday requested “severe activity” against Congress’ KR Ramesh Kumar for his dubious “appreciate assault” comment, making statements that can’t change assuming that individuals like the Karnataka lawmaker who has such an “attitude” are sitting in the get-together or Parliament, as indicated by news organization ANI.

“Dishonorable conduct, disgraceful activity. The party should manage them and make an exceptionally severe move, so it is a model for others not to try and consider such things, neglect discussing it in the House,” the SP’s Rajya Sabha MP was cited as saying by ANI.

Kumar made the questionable assault comment on Thursday during the continuous Winter Session of the Karnataka gathering. Speaker Vishweshwara Hedge Kageri was attempting to control the chaos in the House. Later Congress MLAs requested to talk on the downpour-related obliteration in their electorates.

Later Kageri said he needs to “partake in the circumstance and say ‘OK, yes and that he ought to stop attempting to “control the circumstance and methodically lead the procedures,” Ramesh said, “See, there is an idiom – When the assault is unavoidable, rests and appreciate it. That is by and large the position you are in.”

The video of the episode, which circulated the web via web-based media, drew fire against Ramesh and the Speaker and different individuals from the House as they were seen blasting into attacks of chuckling as opposed to fighting the improper remark.

The analysis drove Ramesh to release a conciliatory sentiment on Thursday night, saying the comment was a “spur of the moment” one.

“I might want to communicate my true statements of regret to everybody for the unconcerned and careless remark I made in the present get-together… My expectation was not [to] downplay or downplay the appalling wrongdoing… I will continue at my own risk consequently,” the Congress MLA tweeted.

A few Congress pioneers, including party public secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala, separated themselves from Kumar’s comment. “Congress party opposes the trading of exceptionally offensive and unfeeling exchange between Karnataka Assembly Speaker and Senior Congress MLA in the House,” he tweeted.

For example, other Congress pioneers, Anjali Nimbalkar and Sowmya Reddy, likewise censured Ramesh and different individuals from the Karnataka gathering for the comment.

What do you think?

Amanda Perry

Written by Amanda Perry

Leave a Reply

Avatar

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

PM Modi wants to encourage cities to compete for cleanliness in a healthy way

In Gujarat, three Omicron patients tested negative for Covid-19.