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Both the Houses of Parliament witness adjournments as opposition creates ruckus on various issues including Pegasus snooping

Both the Houses of Parliament adjourned till 2 PM following continuous protest by the Opposition parties over Pegasus snooping and other issues. When the Lok Sabha met after the first adjournment at 12:30 PM, members from Congress, DMK, TMC and other opposition parties again trooped into the well, raising slogans over the issues. This forced the Presiding Officer to adjourn the House till 2 PM.

Earlier, amid din the Lok Sabha took up Question Hour. The Presiding Officer repeatedly urged protesting members to return to their seats. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi expressed his displeasure over the unruly behavior of protesting members. As the noisy scene continued, the House was adjourned till 12:30 PM.

In the Rajya Sabha, when the House met after the first adjournment at 12 Noon the scene was no different. Opposition parties including Congress, DMK, TMC, AAP, SP continued their protest against the Pegasus snooping and other issues. Amid the noisy scene, Deputy Chairman Harivansh took up the Question Hour. Mr. Harivansh urged the protesting members to return to their seats. As the protest continued, he adjourned the House till 2 PM.

Earlier, opposition members continued to stall the proceedings of the Rajya Sabha over Pegasus snooping and other issues. The House has been adjourned till 12 Noon following the uproar by Congress, TMC, DMK and others. When the House met for the day, the opposition members tried to raise the issues citing their adjournment motions and trooped into the well. Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu adjourned the House till 12 Noon.

 

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