New Delhi: Issuing a stern warning to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP Bhagwant Mann, who has come under fire for live-streaming a video revealing several security spots of the Parliament, Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Friday that such an incident should not be repeated, adding committing offence and arrogance cannot go together.
“It’s against parliamentary rules and regulations to videograph sensitive areas of the Parliament. At time when the terrorists are looking for opportunities to attack, giving out such sensitive information is dangerous. If he commits such an act again then he will have to go to jail,” Naqvi told ANI here.
Hitting at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Naqvi questioned the former’s silence on this matter.
“Where is Arvind Kejriwal ji now? Why is he quite? He raises questions on every issues, why is he silent on this,” he added.
Demanding action against Mann, the Minority Affairs Minister dubbed the act to be against parliamentary norms.
“The Parliament was attacked earlier also and the Rajya Sabha was on target at that time. He comes as a parliamentary member and he breached the security,” he added.
The AAP MP yesterday posted a video of Parliament’s security positions and details on the social media.
Mann, however, clarified his act after severe criticism from the opposition parties.
“My only intention was to tell the procedure (during the Zero Hour). I have done nothing to risk the security of the Parliament,” he said. (ANI)