- SP MP Azam Khan made indecent remarks on BJP MP Rama Devi on 25 July
- Rama Devi said – Azam Khan’s habit should change, Akhilesh Yadav is also supporting him
new Delhi. SP MP Azam Khan has apologized for making indecent remarks against BJP MP Rama Devi in Lok Sabha. Azam on Monday called Rama Devi her sister during the Lok Sabha proceedings. On this Rama Devi said that your habit has deteriorated excessively. This habit should be known. Azam made abusive remarks on July 25 against Rama Devi, the presiding officer.
Azam said in the House, “I have already said that she is like my sister.” I had no such feeling towards the Chair and could not be. The whole House knows my speech and conduct. Despite this, the chair feels that I have apologized if I have made a mistake. ”
‘It should be our endeavor to maintain the dignity of Ausandhi’
Speaker Om Birla said, “This house belongs to everyone.” It works with everyone’s consent. I urge everyone to speak while looking at the Chair (Asandi). Any words that spoil our image should not be said. Our effort should be to maintain the dignity of the Aasandi. ”
Before the proceedings of the Parliament, Om Birla also held a meeting with Akhilesh Yadav and Azam Khan in his office. Rama Devi was also involved in this.
This habit of Azam Khan should be known: Rama Devi
Rama Devi said- Azam Khan’s statement has hurt the honor of women across the country. They have been such a habit, this habit should be known. They have been making similar controversial statements outside the House as well. The habit of Azam Khan, it is not that he who speaks in mind. Akhilesh Yadav is also supporting him.
Azam left Parliament without apologizing
On July 25, Rama Devi, MP from Shivahar (Bihar), was sitting on the chair during the debate on triple talaq bill in Lok Sabha. Then Azam commented on him. After this there was a lot of uproar in the Lok Sabha. Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad demanded an apology from Azam. At the same time, Birla also asked Azam to apologize. After this, Azam called Rama Devi as her beloved sister. But on the matter of apologizing, he went out of the house saying that I should not keep talking here with insult.
I dare to face people like Azam: Rama Devi Rama Devi said on Azam’s statement on Saturday – “The chair I was sitting on belongs to everyone. She has used the language of indecisiveness for all the women of the country. The people of my parliamentary constituency expressed confidence in me and elected me and sent them to Parliament. I have the strength to face such people (Azam Khan). ”