- Azam made a vulgar remark to Rama Devi, who was sitting on the Speaker’s chair in the Lok Sabha on Thursday.
- He was then asked to apologize, but Azam walked out of the House.
- Rama Devi said- All parties met on this issue, its decision will come on Monday
new Delhi. BJP MP Rama Devi on Saturday reacted to the vulgar remarks made by SP leader Azam Khan in the Lok Sabha. Rama Devi said that she has the courage to face leaders like Azam. Leaders of all parties have met on this issue and the result will be revealed on Monday. During the debate on triple talaq bill in Lok Sabha on Thursday, Rama Devi MP from Shivhar (Bihar) was sitting on the chair of the Speaker as a Presiding Officer. Then Azam commented on him.
Rama Devi said- “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). ”
Apologize to azam khan
There was a lot of uproar in the Lok Sabha over Azam’s remarks. It was during the proceedings that Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad demanded an apology from Azam. At the same time, Speaker Om Birla 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 without being insulted. After this, SP MP Akhilesh Yadav had defended Azam, saying, “If the language sounds unparliamentary, remove it from the record, but I don’t think he said anything in the wrong sense.”
Arrogance reflects in Akhilesh’s language: Rama
Rama Devi, while replying to Akhilesh, said on Saturday, “He has spoken like this not only to me but to the whole country. His ego and arrogance are seen in his language. He should not use such words, he has been a Chief Minister in the past. He said everything so that Azam Khan could be saved. Nobody will appreciate it. Lok Sabha is a respected place. A person goes there after the votes cast by the people. ”