Both Houses of Parliament face adjournment after protests by Opposition parties over Hindenburg's report on Adani Group
The adjournment notices were disallowed by the Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar saying that these are not in proper order
Both the Houses of Parliament adjourned till 2 PM following opposition parties’ protest over Hindenburg Research’s report on Adani Group and its reported impact on the Indian stock market and other issues.
When the Lok Sabha met this morning, opposition members including Congress, TMC, DMK and others trooped into the well demanding probe into the matter.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla repeatedly appealed to the members to go back to their seats and maintain the decorum of the House. But protesting members did not pay heed leading to adjournment of the House till 2 PM.
Similar scene was witnessed in the Rajya Sabha. Several opposition members had given adjournment notices to discuss the issue of investment by LIC, Public Sector Banks and financial institutions in companies losing market value.
The adjournment notices were disallowed by the Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar saying that these are not in proper order.
This prompted Congress, TMC, DMK, AAP, Samajwadi Party, Left and other opposition party members to create noisy scenes in the House.
The Chairman urged the members to maintain order in the House. As the noisy scenes continued, the House was adjourned till 2 PM.