New Delhi: Pandemonium cropped up in the Lok Sabha when Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav termed BJP members ‘Jamoora’ (side-kicks) while speaking in the House during debate over FDI in retail. When the uproar between Lalu and the angry BJP members did not stop, Deputy Speaker Karia Munda adjourned the House for some time.

As soon as Lalu Prasad stood up to participate in the debate on FDI in multi-brand retail, BJP members created a ruckus. An agitated Lalu Prasad addressed BJP members as "jamhoore" (side-kicks), which led to protests by BJP members.

When the debate in the House resumed, senior BJP leader MM Joshi spoke opposing FDI in retail. After Joshi, Lalu Prasad was again allowed to speak.

In his address, RJD chief accused BJP of the issue of FDI. He added that FDI is good for farmers and would eradicate middlemen problem in retail trading.


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