Thakur, who was earlier forced to tender an unconditional apology in Lok Sabha for her praise for Nahuram Godse in the House, accused the Congress MP of breaching her privilege as a parliamentarian by calling her a “terrorist” even though there is no court conviction against her and sought action against him from the Speaker.
Official sources said the Lok Sabha secretariat will examine the merit of her complaint before recommending to the Speaker whether to admit her notice and send it to the privilege committee of the House or reject it.
Terrorist Pragya calls terrorist Godse, a patriot. A sad day, in the history of India’s Parliament.
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) 1574919658000
Gandhi had called her a “terrorist” on Twitter following her praise of Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin. He stood by his comments on Friday.