Vijender Gupta, BJP leader in the Delhi Assembly, had to be carried out of the Assembly by marshals after a protest on the second day of the monsoon session in New Delhi. A series of photos uploaded by PTI showed Gupta's unceremonious exit on Wednesday as the lawmaker continued to protest.
The drama unfolded after Gupta insisted that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal explain his stand on former law minister Jitender Tomar who is in jail after being accused of faking his degrees.
Gupta is seen standing in front of Kejriwal, protesting. But things escalated quickly and he created a huge ruckus and had to be asked to leave the Assembly. When he didn't, the marshals got into action.
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