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On Monday 16th 2023, BJP party Members of Legislative Assembly, MLAs at the Delhi Assembly, have caused drama after appearing walking of foot carrying oxygen cylinders and wearing oxygen masks. According to sources, the lawmakers were actually protesting against alleged inaction of the Aam Aadmi Party (APP) government to prevent air pollution.
The three day session of the Delhi Assembly began on Monday 16th January 2023.
Besides the House was adjourned for ten minutes following commencement of uproar over Lieutenant governor VK Saxena's interference in the working of the Delhi government. According to MLAs of AAP, the governor neither frames the law nor does he believes in constitution.
Therefore, on seeing the drama at Delhi Assembly, it attracted global attention as people argued that the law makers went too far on the matter intimating the such cylinders were necessary only during COVI19 outbreak. Below were some of the people's reactions.
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