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Telling lie in Parliament is breach of Privilege and contempt of house

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Imphal, July 31,

Reacting to the statement of Prakash Javadekar, the Union HRD Minister during the ongoing parliament session in regards to the problem of the Manipur University, veteran politician O Joy said that telling lie or misleading the members of the house is nothing but breach of privilege and contempt of the house.
This was replied as answer to this journalist when ask if a Minister tell the parliament house about things that really did not happened but stated to been underway. Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar had stated the parliament that inquiry is being underway to the crisis of the Manipur University.
Regarding Manipur Rajya Sabha MP Bhavananda , at which he showed his interest more for protection of the Prof. AP Pandey, O Joy expressed disappointment saying that why the MP from the state fails to supplement in support of the MP from other state who had put up matters that is burning the state.
CPI MP from Tamil Nadu, D. Raja had brought up the issue of the Manipur University and the central government silence on the issue. Interestingly the MP from Manipur K. Bhavananda had countercharge the MP answering that He being from Manipur knows better from MP K Raja, at which the Chairperson of the Rajya Sabha Venkaya Naidu mocked him asking how can he say he knows better than any members, even if he is a Minister or cabinet minister.
“The duty of parliamentarian is to bring up the issue of the state, Whatever point submitted by D Raja in the parliament should be supplemented by K Bhavananda, however, instead of supporting D Raja the MP from Manipur talks nonsense. It is shameful”, Okram Joy said.
On the remark by Prahlad Patel “Den of insurgence” Joy said that calling the democratic protest antinational, blaming for burning of property is nothing but an attempt to sabotage the democratic and genuine movement of the Manipur University Community , the five times representative of the Manipur Legislative Assembly said,

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