Black cash: Trinamool MPs protest with black umbrellas in Parliament

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by Siddhesh Aldar 44 Views 0

NEW DELHI: Trinamool Congress on Tuesday got here up with a singular prop to register its protest within the Lok Sabha on black money challenge: the standard black umbrella.
No less than 4 Trinamool MPs - Sultan Ahmad, Idris Ali, Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar and Ratna Dey Nag -- smuggled folded umbrellas into the Home and opened them up as quickly because the proceedings started on Tuesday. Armed with the umbrella painted with the slogan "Kaala dhan wapas lao, wapas lao", the 4 stormed into the nicely and shouted slogans towards the federal government till Speaker Sumitra Mahajan was pressured to adjourn the Home until midday.
Becoming a member of the Trinamool Congress MPs within the protests and sloganeering contained in the properly have been different Opposition events together with the Congress, SP and RJD. Different opposition MPs additionally shouted slogans from their seats.
Although the Speaker warned the Trinamool MPs that umbrellas weren't allowed within the Home and requested them to fold and put them away, this had no impact on the Trinamool MPs. The Speaker, on her half, continued with the Query Hour amid the noisy sloganeering.
As protests acquired louder, an exasperated Mahajan commented: "You've got umbrellas....these will not be allowed...you retain devising new methods of protest....pls fold them".

"This isn't the right solution to protest," she stated earlier than adjourning the Home till midday.

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