Dwelling BJP MP nuns often controversial because of his statements Pragya Thakur taking the oath of membership on Monday when Parliament was then the controversy has continued to haunt him. Many opposition members objected when they read their name during taking oath. After which they had to take the oath again.
Following the strong objection of opposition members, Acting President Virendra Kumar assured that the name of Sadhvi Pragya's name written in the election certificate would be recorded in the record of the house.
In fact, on Monday on the first day of the 17th session of the 17th Lok Sabha, oath was being sworn to new members. When the number of members of Madhya Pradesh came, the name of Sadhvi Pragya was called after being elected from Bhopal. Sadhvi Pragya took oath in Sanskrit. He called his name Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur Purna Chaitanand Awadheshand Giri. After fulfilling his oath he also called 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai'. Some members of the Opposition including the Congress have objected to their name.
Presiding President Virendra Kumar asked Pragya Thakur to take oath in the name of constitution or God's name. Sadhvi Pragya Thakur said that she is taking oath in the name of God and taking her own name which she has filled in the form. Meanwhile, for a while, the officials and staff of the Lok Sabha were searching for the names mentioned in the record by Sadhvi Pragya. After this, after the interference of the president, after the uproar, Thakur read the part after the name of the affidavit. Even on this, members of the Congress expressed objection for a long time.
However, Acting President Kumar assured that the name of Sadhvi Pragya's name in the election certificate would be recorded in the record of the House. Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur defeated senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh from Bhopal for the Lok Sabha elections. Nathuram Godse convicted in the murder of Pradnya Mahatma Gandhi of Malegaon blast and former chief of Maharashtra ATS and Mumbai terrorists have been in disputes regarding their statements made during campaigning about Hemant Karkare, who lost his life during the attack.