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Casting aspersions on Rajya Sabha officers is breach of privilege: Parliamentary panel

IndiaTimes Sunday, 23 July 2023
Taking note of the “growing incidents” of members casting aspersions on the presiding officers of Rajya Sabha, the Committee of Privileges has said that henceforth any such action by members would “amount to breach of privilege and contempt of the House”and there would be “exemplary consequences”.
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