Sangeeta complains of assault by Cong in House
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Sangeeta Kumari Singh Deo alleged here on Tuesday two women Congress MPs assaulted her during the Lok Sabha proceedings following which the House was adjourned for the day.
She has also lodged a formal complaint with Speaker Om Birla and submitted the dispensary’s prescription with her letter. “I have been in Parliament for a long time. I had never seen such unruly behaviour,” she said.
Earlier on Monday, a group of women MPs met Birla and raised the alleged attack on Meena and its Chikkamagaluru MP Shobha Karandlaje with him.
In her complaint to Birla, Karandlaje wrote, “I am appalled to report to you the misbehaviour thrust upon senior MP Jaskaur Meena by Congress MPs. That a senior member can be jostled in the House is against all norms of decency.”
Calling it a “perverse desire to vitiate the proceedings,” Karandlaje sought expulsion of the Congress MP.
However, Ramya Haridas of the Congress alleged misbehaviour by BJP women MPs.