New Delhi: The Central Government will bring notice of Breach of Privilege against Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Mahua Moitra. According to information received from sources, this notice will be given under article 121. In fact, Mahua Moitra made lewd remarks against former Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi. He repeatedly mentioned the case against Gogoi in the House. At that time the speaker also interrupted him to say so. Despite this, Moitra had reiterated this. Mahua said that under the pressure of the case, Gogoi gave the decision of Ram temple.
However, quoting sources, it is also news that after the removal of the statement from the proceedings of the House (Expunge), a notice of privilege cannot be given. But the people of the government say that this matter has come on record, that is why any MP member who is hurt by his statement can give notice of breach of privilege. That is why one can wait till someone gives notice.
These allegations were also levelled against the government
Significantly, during the discussion on the motion of thanks on the President’s address in the Lok Sabha today, Mahua Moitra accused the government of defining cowardice as courage. He said that the introduction of citizenship amendment law, the state of the economy, the introduction of three agricultural laws on the strength of majority are examples of this. After this, Moitra commented on the former CJI and said that the judiciary is no longer sacred. This comment was opposed by BJP members and the government.
These people including the chairman had raised objections
Arjun Ram Meghwal, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, objected to his remarks and said that this type cannot be mentioned. At the same time, BJP MP Nishikant Dubey objected to this, citing the rules. On this, the presiding chairman NK Premachandran said that if anything offensive is found in the matter of Mahua Moitra, then it will not be kept on record.
Gogoi is now a Rajya Sabha MP
Significantly, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi retired on 17 November 2019. After which he was sworn in as a Rajya Sabha MP on 19 March. Before his retirement, he gave a historic verdict in the Ram temple case.