Delhi Police and Punjab MPs altercation took place as PM Modi Leaves Parliament – PM Modi out of Parliament

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Along with farmers, MPs of political parties are also demonstrating in other places, including Punjab and Haryana, to protest against the Farm Bills. On Monday evening, Punjab MPs were protesting peacefully near Parliament. During this, he got into trouble with Delhi Police. Allegedly, Delhi Police people misbehaved. Eyewitnesses said that the police had also hit the leg of MPs with a stick. However, later on the police said that they were trying to clear the way for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came out of Parliament before the scheduled time.

Four Congress MPs from Punjab were traveling from Parliament House towards Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday evening regarding the Kisan Bill. There has been a ruckus in the Rajya Sabha over this bill for two days.

In a cellphone video of the incident, Delhi Police personnel are asking MPs to withdraw. After the refusal of MPs, debate starts on both sides. Policemen can be heard asking MPs to leave the way. During this time one MP said, "What you are doing is not right."

When asked about this, Delhi Police officials said that it is mandatory for us to clear the route for the Prime Minister. He also said that MPs had not taken any permission for the protest.

Explain that after the passing of the disputed bill in the Rajya Sabha, opposition MPs, especially MPs from Punjab, are protesting. Farmers are also demonstrating in Punjab and Haryana and some other states regarding the Agriculture Bill. Eight opposition MPs from Rajya Sabha have been suspended on Monday for creating an uproar over the Farmers Bill.

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