New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party MP Bhagwant Mann came under attack for doing a Facebook live where he recorded his journey from his home to parliament, including the security checks.
In the video, Mann is even heard narrating the security procedures that Members of Parliament are subjected to while entering the Parliament building.
In the 11 minute 52 seconds video, Mann is seen entering the Parliament lobby with the phone where he also recorded the procedure of how questions are taken up in Parliament during question hour.
Ruling BJP questioned the conduct of the MP and alleged that this amounts to breaching the security of the parliament.
However, Bhagwant Mann has denied of any wrongdoing.
While talking to India TV, Mann, one of the four AAP MPs, said, “I do not think I did anything wrong. I did it today and I will do It tomorrow until Lok Sabha Speaker sends me a notice in this regard.”
"People have sent us to the Parliament. They have a right to know how questions are asked," he added.
"Did my video pose a security threat to Parliament? Is it illegal or inappropriate to post a video which shows procedure of how questions are taken up in Parliament during question hour?" Mann asked when asked to comment on his video.
Meanwhile, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has taken cognizance of Bhagwant Mann's video which is now being investigated.