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Lok Sabha Speaker warns of action against members protesting in well

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
Amid sloganeering by Congress over various issues in Lok Sabha, Speaker Om Birla on Tuesday warned that he will be forced to take action against members protesting in the well. Congress members sought to raise various issues, including withdrawal of SPG security to Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.
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News video: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla asks MPs not to storm well of the house

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla asks MPs not to storm well of the house 02:47

Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi complimented the NCP and BJD for never storming the well of the house, now the Lok Sabha Speaker asked opposition MPs not to approach the well.

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