As the House assembled this morning, the agitating BJP MLAs rose on their feet demanding apology, suspension of the member and filing of a sedition case against him.
The National Conference members countered the BJP and said the Speaker had already expunged Lone's remarks. The party too had disassociated itself from the slogan.
Despite intervention by Speaker Kavinder Gupta, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Abdul Rehman Veeri, deputy speaker Nazir Ahmad Gurezi, CPI(M) MLA M Y Tarigami and Independent MLA Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen, the BJP members continued their protest and exchanged heated words with the opposition NC members.
Tarigami said that "we should not polarise" the situation.
However, calm was restored in the House after the Speaker said "we should take lessons from whatever happens in the House".
"We will not allow this House to become a stage to divide the people on the name of religion or against the nation. One learns lessons from a mistake and henceforth it will not be repeated," the Speaker said.
Veeri said the NC had already disassociated itself from the statement of Lone and requested the BJP members to take their seats.
"The stand of our party is that we respect the sovereignty and integrity of the country. Nobody challenged the sovereignty and integrity of the nation so how it is the violation of the oath," he said.
He accused the BJP of making an issue out of nothing after the remark was expunged.
CPI(M) legislator Tarigami said whatever the political differences, nevertheless "we have certain common ground as well and that every member of this House is on oath about the sovereignty and integrity of the country. Whatever had happened at that time, the house unanimously disapproved that leading to the expunging of the remarks".
Talking to reporters outside, BJP lawmaker Surinder Ambardar said it was "unbecoming" of a lawmaker to raise pro- Pakistan slogans when he had taken oath under the Constitution of India.
"NC leadership led by Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah should clarify their stand and remove the member from the party," Ambardar said.
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