BJP legislator breaks mike in Delhi assembly

New Delhi, June 30 (IANS) The last day of the budget session in the Delhi assembly witnessed uproar on Tuesday when a BJP legislator broke the mike alleging it had been turned off.

A visibly livid O.P. Sharma broke the mike at his desk when the leader of the opposition, Vijender Gupta, alleged his mike was being turned off when he interrupted or asked questions.

“Our mikes are being turned off whenever we speak in the assembly. This cannot go on,” Gupta said.

Sharma joined Gupta over the issue and the broke the mike on his desk.

AAP legislators slammed Sharma’s act, demanding an apology from him for damaging government property.

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