New Delhi: In what can be termed as irresponsible, Aam Aadmi Party MP Bhagwant Mann on Thursday posted a video on his Facebook account, featuring his journey from his home to Parliament.
In the video, the AAP MP is seen narrating the whole procedure of security checks the parliamentarian have to go through before entering the Parliament.
Mann is seen entering the Parliament with his cell phone and recording the procedure of asking questions in Zero Hour.
Justifying his act, the defiant AAP leader said, he will again repeat the act tomorrow.
While speaking to media persons Mann said, “Did my video pose a security threat to Parliament? adding that, “I will post a video against tomorrow, let me be served a notice.”
Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former home secretary RK Singh termed Mann’s act as highly insensitive.
“The AAP MP should have had some sense before uploading the video, there has already been an attack on the Parliament,” Singh said.
Another BJP MP Menakshi Lekhi slammed Mann saying, “It needs to be verified if it was act of foolishness or he was done under influence of some agencies.”
Meanwhile, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has token congnizance of Mann’s act and said that every Parliamentarian must respect and maintain dignity of Parliament.
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