Opposition MPs proceed to disrupt Lok Sabha proceedings over Pegasus

The Lok Sabha was adjourned twice since Wednesday morning as opposition protests over the Pegasus subject continued to disrupt proceedings.

With the MPs of Congress, DMK, TMC and Left events dashing to the effectively of the House demanding a debate and a probe into the alleged snooping, the House was adjourned first at 11.15 am for 15 minutes. Speaker Om Birla took sturdy exception to some MPs making an attempt to carry placards in opposition to the chair in an try to indicate them on the reside telecast.

When the House met at 11.30, the MPs returned to the effectively with placards. Senior BJP chief Rajendra Agrawal, who was within the Chair, warned them to not “cross the limits”.

“Showing placards in front of the chair is not fair. Please put it down. You cannot do this. This is not acceptable,” he stated. The MPs, nevertheless, didn’t oblige the Chair and the proceedings had been adjourned for 15 minutes once more.

The opposition has been stalling the proceedings for the reason that home met on July 19 for the Monsoon session. However, Lok Sabha has handed seven payments amidst the din.


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