BJP stalwart Lal Krishna Advani said that he has never seen anything like this in his political career, and said it was disgraceful for the Parliament.
Advani said the Congress should have controlled its MPs.

“In such chaotic conditions, the government should only go for vote-on-account and nothing else,” he added.

Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj, also echoed similar sentiments, and blamed Congress for the chaos.
The Lok Sabha Well turned into battle ground after clashes as pro-Telangana and Seemandhra MPs prevented from creating disturbance.

Even before Speaker Meira Kumar could settle down to take up the listed business, members from Telangana region prevented TDP member from Seemandhra, M Venugopal Reddy, from going close to the Chair. Reddy was seen breaking the table glass in the aisle where the Lok Sabha officials were on duty. Mmebers from Telangana pounced on him, resulting in his fall on the spot.

Within no time, Congress MP L Rajgopal rushed towards Reddy and all of a sudden, started spraying pepper spray, randomly.

This instantly caused suffocation leading to severe breathing problem and eye-burn to many members and also media persons in the press gallery.

As a result, the members started leaving the Lok Sabha in a panic situation.


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