Lok Sabha proceedings adjourned over Pegasus snooping, farm laws protests

New Delhi: Lok Sabha proceedings were adjourned till noon as opposition members continued their protest over the Pegasus spyware, farm laws, and other issues on Tuesday.

Speaker Om Birla asked the protesting members to raise issues of public interest rather than sloganeering and urged them to go back to their seats.

“You all are respectable members representing lakhs of people… This House is for discussion… I will give you time (for discussion),” Birla said.

Notwithstanding Opposition protests, the question hour went on for over 30 minutes and more than seven questions were taken up along with supplementaries.

On Monday, the proceedings of the House were first adjourned till noon, then till 2 PM, and again till 3.30 PM as an unrelenting opposition refused to end its protests over the same issue.

Earlier, the Finance Ministerof India Nirmala Sitharaman made a statement regarding the status of implementation of the recommendations contained in the 25th Report of the Standing Committee on Finance on Demands for Grants.


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