‘Parliament Video’ of Bhagwant Singh Mann faces criticism


NEW DELHI:  An Indian Comedian and Mmeber of Parliament Bhagwant Singh Mann have captured the video clip of his voyage from home to Parliament House on Thursday.

He even included the past security pickets and shared it on the social media.

In the video, Mr Mann is seen giving commentary as his vehicle crosses security barricades, while going to the Parliament. He said, "I'll today show you something you would not have seen earlier."

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After that, he goes inside the Parliament house then he goes into the room where the process of selection of questions for the Zero Hour is done. It was also seen that he describes the process, a security official is heard telling him not to take photographs. "I'll not take photo… will maintain confidentiality," Mr Mann says in his reply.

Moreover, he was also heard saying at one point, "It is going live."

The main motive of shooting was to draw support from various sections for putting Parliament House's security at risk.

According to sources, “Lok Sabha Speaker Sumita Mahajan has taken cognizance of the matter and is likely to call the parliamentarian from Punjab on Friday. She is also likely to seek a detailed report from the Parliament security on the issue.”

Earlier, inside the parliament house Ms Mahajan added in her remarks that, “It is the responsibility of every member to respect and maintain dignity of Parliament.”

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said, "One should not play with the security of Parliament. Making such videos viral is not the right thing to do."

BJP lawmaker Meenakshi Lekhi said, "It needs to be verified if it was act of foolishness or was done under influence of some agencies."

However, he was criticized by the attempt which he had made.

 Moreover, he would put another video on social media on Friday as well, sources said.

"Kya mere video se sansad khatre me aa gaya ,” Mr Mann asked.

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Mr. Mann said, “I will also show the public how questions for Zero Hour are sorted in the Central Hall before the day's proceedings begin.”

"Is it wrong to show to public how their issues are raised in the Parliament? They have elected us and they have a right to know all this," he added.