Pratap Singh Bajwa and Sanjoy Singh’s exclusion from sunpended MPs list raises question before Punjab election


Different fruits in one trip

Different fruits in one trip

Pratap Singh Bajwa and Sanjay Singh were among those who went on a rampage in front of the Rajya Sabha chairman demanding repeal of the three agricultural laws. But when the Rajya Sabha chairman released the list of 12 people convicted of the same offense, it was seen that Pratap Singh Bajwa’s name was not there. Dola Sen, a convicted Trinamool MP, quipped that the move was aimed at holding elections. Because the government did not want to create opposition in Punjab.

The decision to stop being a hero

The decision to stop being a hero

Agreeing with Trinamool’s Dola Sen, Bajwa said he was not sorry for his actions. He can do that again. He knows why he was released. Because if he and Sanjay Singh of UP had been suspended, they would have become heroes in Punjab. The Congress MP said that they were released because the BJP did not want it.

There are technical reasons behind it

There are technical reasons behind it

However, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat has denied this reason. There are technical reasons mentioned by them. It is said that the incident between Pratap Singh Bajwa and Sanjay Singh took place on August 10. But the incident of 12 MPs is on 11th August. Bajwa threw the rulebook after the minutes were over. So it was not caught on Rajya Sabha CCTV.
A source in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat said that the incident between Bajwa and Singh took place on August 10. His name should have been noted that day or the day after. The August 11 incident was noted the next day, the first day of the winter session. That’s why both of them got away.

He could have used it for campaigning only if he was suspended

He could have used it for campaigning only if he was suspended

If the two had been suspended, they could have used it to campaign for the Punjab Assembly elections. Because Pratap Singh Bajwa is said to be contesting from Gurdaspur in Punjab. Had he been suspended, he would have become a hero to the Punjabis who have been vocal in demanding repeal of the three agricultural laws. Besides, it could have been his political gain.
On the other hand, since AAP is fighting in Punjab, it would also provide extra logistics for the campaign to suspend the MP in their case.



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