Budget session: Both Houses suspended in protest of the opposition to the rise in fuel prices | India News
NEW DELHI: Both Houses of Parliament witnessed noisy scenes Tuesday morning, with the opposition protesting the recent rise in fuel prices.
Previously, members of the Lok Sabha opposition from various parties had tabled motions for postponement on the same issue.
Bahujan Samaj Party deputy Satish Chandra Mishra also gave a suspension of the commercial notice in Rajya Sabha for the increase in fuel prices.
During question time at Lok Sabha, members of the opposition, mainly from Congress, entered the Well and began raising slogans. They demanded a decline in fuel price rises.
President Om Birla adjourned the House until noon as the slogans continued.
Rajya Sabha Vice President Harivansh also suspended the House session as the noisy scenes continued.
The scenes in both Houses were no different when they met after 12 noon. After repeated calls on members to remain calm were unsuccessful, the Chambers were suspended until 2pm.