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LS panel probing Mann issue gets 1-week more to submit report

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Speaker Sumitra Mahajan today gave one more week's time to the panel probing the issue of Bhagwant Mann shooting a video of The complex and asked the member not to attend the House till a decision is taken in the matter.

The nine-member panel, chaired by member Kirit Somaiya, has now been granted time till December 9 to submit its report. The inquiry committee was to submit its report today.



Mahajan said the decision has been taken after receiving a request from the panel's chairman seeking extension.

"I have acceded to the request for extension of one more week time and the committee may present their report by Friday, December 9, 2016," she said.

In view of the seriousness of the matter, Mann is further advised not to attend the House till a decision is taken in the matter, the Speaker added.

The committee was set up on July 25, a week after Mann had put out in the a video of his vehicle passing security barricades and entering the complex. He had also videographed a room where questions were being sorted.

After facing flak for his act, Mann had defended his move, saying he was only showing people how functioned.

Later, he had appeared before the committee and demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suspension from the for "compromising national security" by allowing Pakistan's spy agency ISI inside the Pathankot airbase after the terror attack. He had also sought that Modi too be summoned by the committee.

Recently, Mann withdrew his remarks against the Prime Minister and tendered an unconditional apology to the committee.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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LS panel probing Mann issue gets 1-week more to submit report

Speaker Sumitra Mahajan today gave one more week's time to the Lok Sabha panel probing the issue of Bhagwant Mann shooting a video of The Parliament complex and asked the AAP member not to attend the House till a decision is taken in the matter. The nine-member panel, chaired by BJP member Kirit Somaiya, has now been granted time till December 9 to submit its report. The inquiry committee was to submit its report today. Mahajan said the decision has been taken after receiving a request from the panel's chairman seeking extension. "I have acceded to the request for extension of one more week time and the committee may present their report by Friday, December 9, 2016," she said. In view of the seriousness of the matter, Mann is further advised not to attend the House till a decision is taken in the matter, the Speaker added. The committee was set up on July 25, a week after Mann had put out in the social media a video of his vehicle passing security barricades ... Speaker Sumitra Mahajan today gave one more week's time to the panel probing the issue of Bhagwant Mann shooting a video of The complex and asked the member not to attend the House till a decision is taken in the matter.

The nine-member panel, chaired by member Kirit Somaiya, has now been granted time till December 9 to submit its report. The inquiry committee was to submit its report today.

Mahajan said the decision has been taken after receiving a request from the panel's chairman seeking extension.

"I have acceded to the request for extension of one more week time and the committee may present their report by Friday, December 9, 2016," she said.

In view of the seriousness of the matter, Mann is further advised not to attend the House till a decision is taken in the matter, the Speaker added.

The committee was set up on July 25, a week after Mann had put out in the a video of his vehicle passing security barricades and entering the complex. He had also videographed a room where questions were being sorted.

After facing flak for his act, Mann had defended his move, saying he was only showing people how functioned.

Later, he had appeared before the committee and demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suspension from the for "compromising national security" by allowing Pakistan's spy agency ISI inside the Pathankot airbase after the terror attack. He had also sought that Modi too be summoned by the committee.

Recently, Mann withdrew his remarks against the Prime Minister and tendered an unconditional apology to the committee.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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LS panel probing Mann issue gets 1-week more to submit report

Speaker Sumitra Mahajan today gave one more week's time to the panel probing the issue of Bhagwant Mann shooting a video of The complex and asked the member not to attend the House till a decision is taken in the matter.

The nine-member panel, chaired by member Kirit Somaiya, has now been granted time till December 9 to submit its report. The inquiry committee was to submit its report today.

Mahajan said the decision has been taken after receiving a request from the panel's chairman seeking extension.

"I have acceded to the request for extension of one more week time and the committee may present their report by Friday, December 9, 2016," she said.

In view of the seriousness of the matter, Mann is further advised not to attend the House till a decision is taken in the matter, the Speaker added.

The committee was set up on July 25, a week after Mann had put out in the a video of his vehicle passing security barricades and entering the complex. He had also videographed a room where questions were being sorted.

After facing flak for his act, Mann had defended his move, saying he was only showing people how functioned.

Later, he had appeared before the committee and demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suspension from the for "compromising national security" by allowing Pakistan's spy agency ISI inside the Pathankot airbase after the terror attack. He had also sought that Modi too be summoned by the committee.

Recently, Mann withdrew his remarks against the Prime Minister and tendered an unconditional apology to the committee.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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