The petition was filed by Rama Devi, vice-president of TPF, complaining that the Warangal police commissioner was not granting permission for organizing rally from Martyrs column.
The speaker said members should be careful in uttering words and maintain decorum so that no such incident takes place in the future.
Manjhi, seems to have stoked another controversy with his bizarre comment, made in defence of the SP leader.
Rama Devi has also slammed SP leader Akhilesh Yadav, who had backed Azam Khan after he made 'sexist 'comments in the Lok Sabha, saying Yadav did it to protect his party leader.
Condemning the Rampur MP, Commission chairperson Dilmani Mishra said that she has sent a letter to Speaker Om Birla to dismiss Khan.
Leaders across party lines are of the view that a message should be sent that the House has zero tolerance towards such acts which lower the dignity and honour of women.
Supporting women MPs, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said either Azam Khan should tender an apology or he should be suspended from the House.
The Lok Sabha Thursday witnessed high drama when Khan made certain objectionable remarks against BJP's Rama Devi who was presiding over the proceedings.
'Feel like looking into your eyes': Azam Khan's remark on presiding officer triggers uproar in Lok Sabha
The National Commission for Women slammed the SP leader for his 'objectionable' remarks against BJP's Rama Devi who was presiding over parliamentary proceedings.
Investigations by Bihar police in the past twelve days have detected pilferage of nearly Rs 1,000 crore of government funds by the NGO Srijan Mahila Vikas Sahyog Samiti.