Telangana Bill drama: What the politicians thought of the commotion

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Politicians condemn Parl hungama
New Delhi, Feb 13: It was quite an eventful day for the Parliament and a first on many ocassions.

While commotion and ruckus is a common thing in the Parliament, ministers were at their best. The Telangana Bill managed to anger the ministers to a whole new level, some ministers even using a pepper spray and one alleged MP brandishing a knife.

Here is what the politicians thought of the whole episode:

Lok Sabha speaker Meira Kumar: This has shamed us. Our parliamentary democracy is admired throughout the world. What happened today is a blot on democracy.

TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu: What has happened is really bad.

Expelled MP L Rajgopal: I used the pepper spray for my own safety. I always carry a pepper spray as I have received many threats. I myself feel sick after using the spray.

TDP MP Venugopal Reddy: I did not use a knife. It was a broken mic.

BJP leader Sushma Swaraj: What happened in the Parliament today was not only disgraceful but shameful too.

Parliamentary Minister Kamal Nath: Members tried to use gas in the House. The circumstances and the incidents which took place are a blot on our parliamentary democracy.Members instead of discussing used weapons.

Congress leader Bhakta Charan Das: This is terrorist-type behaviour and an insult to democracy.

Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan: Disgusting.

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