New Delhi, May 5 (ANI): The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) on Wednesday sought an apology from the opposition Trinamool Congress over the alleged derogatory remarks made by its leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay against CPI-M leader Basudeb Acharia inside the Parliament.
"From the very beginning we have seen whenever we try to say anything inside the House, immediately all the Trinamool members shout, and interrupt, disturb so they are doing this thing from very beginning," said CPI-M leader Basudeb Acharia.
"Strategy, we will ask, request the Speaker to ask him to apologise," he added.
Meanwhile, CPI-M State Secretary Biman Bose said the Parliament should deal with the matter.
"Actually this issue has to be dealt with by the parliament and the custodian, they are to look after the issue seriously," said Bose.
Controversial remarks disrupted Parliament on Wednesday leading to adjournments of each of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, with an angry opposition seeking an apology.
Bandyopadhyay is in the eye of a storm for his remarks against Acharia inside the Parliament on Tuesday in the backdrop of the motormen's strike in Mumbai . (ANI)