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Rajya Sabha adjourned for one hour due to uproar by opposition MPs

Monsoon Session of Parliament has started with a ruckus. Due to the uproar by the members, the proceedings of the Rajya Sabha had to be adjourned as soon as it started on Thursday. The members started a ruckus as soon as the proceedings of the Upper House, Rajya Sabha, started at 11 am. Chairman Venkaiah Naidu appealed to the opposition members to return to their seats and not to wave the posters, but to no avail. The proceedings had to be adjourned due to the uproar by the members. In fact, due to the Pegasus spy case, the monsoon season, which started on July 19, has been badly affected so far. The opposition is taking an aggressive stand against the government regarding this issue. The opposition is demanding a probe into the Pegasus spyware controversy, but the government is not agreeing to it. On the other hand, the government’s reply that there were no deaths due to lack of oxygen during the second wave of Corona has also angered the opposition. Demonstration in front of Gandhi statue.

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The issue of Pegasus espionage and inflation dominated the House till now and due to the heavy uproar by the members of some opposition parties including Congress on these issues, the proceedings of the house have to be adjourned. In the monsoon session of the Opposition Parliament, the government has been given three central agricultural laws, Pegasus is trying to tackle a variety of topics, including the espionage case and inflation.

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The Trinamool Congress has already said that it will continue to disrupt the proceedings of Parliament till the government comes out clean from the allegations in the Pegasus espionage and surveillance case and is ready for discussion in both the houses. The party, however, said that it would not stop any discussion on the status of coronavirus or any aspect related to it. Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha member Derek O’Brien said, “This (Pegasus spyware) is a serious issue and the Trinamool has agreed to it. will not. We will not allow either of the two Houses to function until the government is cleared of allegations of espionage and surveillance. When the country was battling the pandemic, the government spent crores at a time to hack the phone.