Chadha: Indefinite suspension: SC asks AAP MP Raghav Chadha to tender unconditional apology to RS chairperson

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Courtroom on Friday requested suspended AAP lawmaker Raghav Chadha to tender an unconditional apology to Rajya Sabha chairperson Jagdeep Dhankhar on the choose committee situation, and hoped that he would take a “sympathetic” view of the matter. A bench comprising Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and justices J B Pardiwala and Manoj Misra requested Lawyer Common R Venkataramani to apprise it of the developments within the matter after the Diwali trip.
The CJI stated the lawmaker must meet the Rajya Sabha chairperson to tender an unconditional apology on the problem. The vp, in flip, might take a sympathetic view of the whole matter and take additional steps on this regard.
Chadha has been below suspension since August 11 after some MPs, a majority from the ruling BJP, accused him of including their names to a movement with out their consent. The movement sought structure of a choose committee to look at the contentious Delhi Companies Invoice.
It was alleged that the Rajya Sabha MP from Punjab had moved a movement to refer the Delhi Companies Invoice to the choose committee.
He had allegedly named some lawmakers as members of the proposed committee and it was claimed that among the MPs had not given their consent for it.
Paying attention to the grievance, the chairman suspended Chadha, pending an inquiry by the Committee of Privileges.

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