Parliament monsoon session Live updates: Rajya Sabha adjourned till 3 pm

The second day of the monsoon session of Parliament began with a storm note as the opposition tried to hoard the government over the recent lynching and fate of farmers across the country.

In this House, the prefect of BSP Mayawati threatened to resign when she was not allowed to complete her statement on the alleged atrocities against the Dalits.

Speaking to the media after organizing a House strike, the former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh said he could not speak in the House. “I’m going to give up Rajya Sabha. I was not allowed to speak at the house,” Mayawati told reporters.

Lok Sabha The sessions also marked an early departure, while the opposition protested against several problems, including increased violence at the hands of ‘cow-watchers’ and ‘farmers’ problems.

The meeting was adjourned until 12 a.m., but was adjourned at 11 p.m. on Wednesday.
Session of Parliament Live Update:

14:00: Rajya Sabha session concluded at 15h.
One and thirty-five p.m.: Gopalkrishna Gandhi told the press that he had no political affiliation.

Speaking to reporters outside Parliament, the former West Bengal governor said: “I am a citizen on foot, and I am not associated with any party. My views are mine.”

13.00: Rajya Sabha ends the session until 2pm.
12:40: Renuka Chaudhary, leader of the Congress, supported Mayawati after threatening to leave the Rajya Sabha.

Speaking to the news agency ANI, the leader of the Congress, said: “A Dalit leader has no right to speak in Parliament?”

12: 25: the candidate for vice-president of the opposition, Gopalkrisna Gandhi presented his nomination papers in the presence of several high-ranking opposition leaders, including Speaker Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi. Derek O Brien of TMC and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh were also present.

12:20: NDA vice presidential candidate after presenting his nomination papers for the vice president position, said he hopes to do justice to the position. “I think I will be able to do justice to the charge in August, I thank all parties that supported my candidacy,” Naidu said.

The former union minister, who resigned early in the morning, said it was painful to leave the party. “I came from a humble past and I came here with the support of the people; they do not belong to the BJP now that the publication is above the party,” Naidu said.

24:12 pm: BSP leader S C Mishra told NDTV that Mayawati remains firm in his decision to leave the Rajya Sabha. Mishra told the news channel that the BSP leader must file his resignation today.

12:10: Lok Sabha was postponed until 11 o’clock tomorrow.

The session was adjourned shortly after the opposition began loud protests in the House on several issues, including increased cases of violent attacks at the hands of “cow watchers” and farmers’ problems. The opposition has taken all the time from the session of the issue.