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Delhi violence to be discussed in RS today

The Upper House proceedings were adjourned for the day after the ruling and opposition in the Rajya Sabha agreed to discuss Delhi violence on Thursday. After thebeginning of the Upper House after Holi, the opposition continued to create uproar over the Delhi violence.

As soon as the proceedings of the Upper House began, the Opposition wanted to discuss the Delhi violence on Wednesday itself. The opposition also wanted a discussion on the two ordinances which were due to end. TMC, including Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad, Anand Sharma, proposed to discuss Delhi violence.

The house was adjourned thrice due to the uproar. Meanwhile, Deputy Speaker Harivansh called a meeting of members of both the parties in his chamber which agreed to discuss the Delhi violence, including both ordinances, on Thursday. After the House adjourned for the third time at 3:40 pm, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi announced the concurrence made in the meeting.

In the Upper House on Thursday, the Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 and the Mineral Laws (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 will be debated and thereafter the issue of Delhi violence will be discussed. Earlier, the Left parties raised the issue of restrictions imposed on two Malayalam channels. At the same time, some Congress members raised the issue of political crisis in Madhya Pradesh.

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