“Rahul Gandhi must be schooled in Parliament.”
We Indians have no sympathy for what he spoke about India in a foreign land. He owes an apology, and that apology must come from Parliament premises. He must be allowed to speak. Confront him, corner him on his comments about foreign forces’ intervention in Indian affairs.
“Question him inside Parliament on Behalf of the People.”
In a family, if a fight happens, do we send our brother or sister out of the House or make them sit in the House and discuss again? The same applies here in the case of Rahul Gandhi. A temporary punishment, removing him from Parliament for a week or so if he doesn’t apologize is ok, but removing him from Parliament is wrong.
“We Indians disapprove of it.”
Rahul Gandhi is one of the voices of opposition. He may speak wrong, funny, or irrelevant, but he has the right to speak and serve people.