Both houses of Parliament were adjourned multiple times due to ruckus by Opposition MPs over discussion on Pegasus snooping scandal.
The Lok Sabha is today set to discuss and pass the insolvency law amendment bill, according to the PRS Legislative. In Rajya Sabha, it said the standing committee's report on COVID-19's impact on the MSME sector will be tabled.
The day's proceedings will begin soon after it was adjourned yesterday. Parliament proceedings have been repeatedly disrupted in both the Houses due to protests by the opposition MPs over the issues of Pegasus scandal and farm laws, among others.
Monday's activities in the Lok Sabha included the introduction of the bill to amend the insolvency law while two other bills were passed.
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A meeting of the Opposition leaders is underway. Congress MPs Rahul Gandhi, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Gaurav Gogoi, DMK MP TR Baalu, NCP MP Supriya Sule and other MPs of BSP, National Conference, Kerala Congress, CPI(M), RSP, IUML present at the meet. pic.twitter.com/QQO44t03sZ- ANI (@ANI) July 27, 2021
The Lok Sabha has been adjourned till 11 am tomorrow as Opposition MPs raised 'Khela hobe' slogans.
Lok Sabha adjourned till 3 pm amid sloganeering by Opposition MPs
Following multiple adjournments in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha amid vociferous protests by the opposition over their demands, Union Minister and Deputy Leader of House in the Rajya Sabha, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tuesday said that the Centre held talks with the Opposition on Monday night and today morning, and assured them that the Government is ready to discuss all the issues and answer all questions raised in both the Houses of Parliament.
Mr Naqvi hoped that the Opposition shall give notice of discussion in both the houses and said that the Chairman and Speaker shall decide when and as per what rules and regulations will the discussions take place.
Amid uproar by Opposition MPs, the Lok Sabha was adjourned till 2 pm on Tuesday.
The Lower House has been adjourned four times on Tuesday first till 11:45 am, then till 12 noon, thereafter till 12:30 pm and again till 2 pm.
Congress MP Ripun Bora on Tuesday gave a short duration discussion notice in the Rajya Sabha under rule 176, demanding a discussion on the Assam-Mizoram border clash.
As many as five personnel of Assam Police have lost their lives in the border clash, the Assam government said.
Lok Sabha has been adjourned again, till 12 noon, for the second time today, reports news agency ANI. On Monday, the Lower House was adjourned three times.
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Congress MP from Assam, Ripun Bora, has given a notice in Rajya Sabha, under rule 176, and demands discussion on yesterday's Assam-Mizoram border clash which claimed the lives of several personnel of Assam Police, according to news agency ANI.
CPI(M) MP Elaram Kareem has given a suspension of business notice under Rule 267 in Rajya Sabha for discussion on the alleged Pegasus scandal, according to news agency ANI.
The Deputy Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha, Gaurav Gogoi, has given an adjournment motion notice to discuss the Assam-Mizoram border clash, which claimed the lives of 6 police personnel yesterday, reported news agency ANI. "Some media reports say LMG was used (during the Assam-Mizoram border clash yesterday). Are we in our country or on the borders of the country? We demand an inquiry into this incident," he said.
#TodayinParliament: Lok Sabha to discuss and pass the IBC Amendment Bill 2021 which provides an alternative framework for quicker insolvency resolution process to MSMEs.- PRS Legislative (@PRSLegislative) July 27, 2021
In Rajya Sabha, the Standing Committee Report on COVID-19's impact on the MSME Sector will be tabled. pic.twitter.com/i1Tpib8akw
Congress MP Manicka Tagore has given an adjournment motion notice in Lok Sabha, demanding a discussion in the presence of the Prime Minister or Home Minister on the Pegasus snooping, spying and surveillance scandal, reported news agency ANI.
In his notice, Mr Tagore said: "I hereby give notice of my intention to ask for leave to move a motion for the adjournment of the business of the house for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent importance, namely:- Need to suspend the business of the day to have a discussion in the presence of the Prime Minister or Home Minister on the Pegasus snooping, spying and surveillance scandal that has undermined democracy in India and to have a Supreme Court-monitored enquiry announced immediately."
Congress MP Shaktisinh Gohil has given a "suspension of business" notice under rule 267 in the Rajya Sabha to have a discussion on the Pegasus Project in the presence of the Prime Minister or Home Minister, according to news agency ANI. In the notice, Mr Gohil has demanded a Supreme Court-monitored inquiry in the matter.