#NewDelhi: NCP, CPI give notice of violation of rights on the way to Trinamool in Ranjan Gogoi issue. Earlier, Congress, Samajwadi Party, CPM, Shiv Sena and IUML had issued notices against Ranjan Gogoi. NCP, CPI gave notice of violation of rights today. So far, a total of eight parties have issued notices against Ranjan Gogoi. Last week, Trinamool leader Saket Gokhale wrote a letter to Attorney General KK Benugopal seeking permission to file a criminal contempt case against Ranjan Gogoi. On behalf of the Trinamool Congress, two Rajya Sabha MPs, Mausam Benazir Noor and Jahar Sarkar, issued notices.
Ranjan Gogoi was giving an interview on an all-India television channel. There, he said, “You did not take into account the fact that I wrote a letter stating that I would not attend one or two sessions due to covid. Until a few days before the last winter session, I could only go to the Parliament House by doing RTPCR test. I did not feel comfortable going there.” Arrangements were made, but I did not feel comfortable. ” Ever since the autobiography of the former Chief Justice was published, strong practice has started across the country. Ranjan Gogoi was giving an interview on an all-India television channel about that. There, the moderator asked him why he had attended only six of the six meetings since he was sworn in. In response, the former chief justice said, “You did not take into account the fact that I had written a letter stating that I would not be present in one or two sessions due to cowardice. I did not. I did not feel comfortable with the way the seating was arranged. “
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He did not stop here. Ranjan Gogoi further said, “I will go to Rajya Sabha whenever I feel like it. I will go to Parliament only when I feel there is something important that I need to say. I am not an elected member, a member of any party or responsible to their whip. “For that reason, I don’t have to wait for any party. I will go there voluntarily and come out. I am an independent member of parliament.”
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His statement caused a great deal of controversy. The former chief justice claimed that if he had been the chairman of a tribunal, he would have received more salary and benefits than a Rajya Sabha MP.
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