Source: Social Media25 Jul 2016 12:31:23

New Delhi, July 25: Putting Parliament’ security in danger by recording and circulating video of journey from home to the legislative house, AAP MP Bhagwant Mann was barred from attending the house sessions till a panel will submit its report on the matter. The decision was taken by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Monday who constituted a nine-member panel committee to look after the matter and submit its report by August 3.

"Bhagwant Mann is advised not to attend the House till the probe report is submitted." said Mahajan while issuing a notice to the MP. Mahajan further said, "I have constituted a nine member enquiry committee that will probe the matter, and submit its report not later than August 3." The panel is

Earlier, Mann was criticized by political parties of the nation for shooting and publishing a video clip featuring his journey from home to parliament house. Mann posted the video on his Facebook account revealing the security arrangement and system while going past the security pickets.

Later, Mann furnished an apology saying he did it unknowingly. "I did it unknowingly. I didn't know it will become such a big thing," he said.  Mann said his intention was to show people who voted for him in Punjab a glimpse of Parliament and its functioning. However, a complaint was also registered against Mann at Parliament Street Police station over the Facebook video, where Mann was seen giving a running commentary as his vehicle crosses security barricades and enters Parliament.

The Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said it is a serious matter concerning security of Parliament which has been attacked once. Lok Sabha proceedings were washed out on Friday following uproar over Mann's video. Earlier, Mahajan had termed it a 'serious issue' and assured protesting members that some action would be taken.

In the 12-minute video, Mann gives a running commentary as his SUV crosses security check-points while entering Parliament. "Today I'll show you something you have never seen before," he says. After entering Parliament, the MP walks into a room where questions are elected for Zero Hour and describes the process to his viewers.