Parliament sessions are always full of heat and chaos and yet to some extent it is justified, as the leaders of the country have to negotiate in some manner or the other, on order to take decisions, which will be of help for everybody.
However, here is a compilation of five sessions, which have indeed surpassed and broken all records of the usual ones, which are not entirely devoid of shouting and sniggering by the way.
Sonia irked, Singh incensed and Advani, the villain
The first choice happened not too long ago and involved Advani to questioning the authenticity and credibility of the UPA government. The BJP leader spoke in a passing of course, but nevertheless, the main topic of discussion was how the massive humanitarian crisis in the North East, Assam, was getting worse and Mr. Shinde, the new home minister’s proposal to take some steps.
Of course, since Mr. Advani was kind enough to put petrol on fire, the usually calm Ms. Gandhi was seen to be angry and the BJP was asked to withdraw the comment.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was also rather agitated by the outcome and ultimately, Mr. Advani did withdraw it.
The Winter Session Last Year
If the outside temperature of New Delhi was cold, one might have considered taking a dip inside the Parliament House in the Winter Session. The Session was heated from the start and was buzzing with cuss words and protests everywhere about education, pensions, rising prices.
The matter went so out of hand that the Parliament was adjourned. In fact, most representatives were on their feet hurling questions and insults toward the ruling party and when P. Chidambaram rose to speak, things went very out of hand.
Manmohan asked to resign
This particular session too was full of chaos and the Parliament was adjourned without finishing and passing the Lokpal Bill. BJP had asked Singh to resign directly.
Fight for Corruption with fights
This made to the charts solely for how the present government has been weakened and how previous sessions had turned out the same way. In fact, anti-corruption laws and misuse of the service of farmers was supposed to be discussed, but came to a screeching halt in minutes.
The Supporting Cast and the Hitch
It all started when the opposition party refused to have lunch with Singh. The main reason was because CBI was doing its rounds with Amit Shah, and BJP have openly declared that the whole thing was a misuse of CBI’s power.
Nevertheless, this set the mood for a rather chaotic session in the Parliament, a bloody mood that is!