Congress, TMC and TDP members created a ruckus, Lok Sabha adjourned till noon

Parliament of India

New Delhi,
Feb 11. The Lok Sabha was on Monday adjourned till noon after Congress, TMC and
TDP members created a ruckus over various issues including alleged attempts to
poach MLAs in Karnataka by the BJP.

Soon after
the House assembled, Congress’ K.C. Venugopal raised the issue of Karnataka and
alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party had started “Operation Kamal”
to destabilize the JD-S -Congress government.

“There
is money transaction and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit
Shah’s names have been mentioned in a tape released by Chief Minister H.D.
Kumaraswamy,” he said.

Speaker
Sumitra Mahajan said she will allow them to speak after the Question Hour. But
the Congress members trooped near the Speaker’s podium and started slogan
shouting.

Meanwhile,
Trinamool Congress and Telugu Desam Party members also trooped near the
Speaker’s podium shouting slogans.

Trinamool
members were protesting over the killing of their MLA in West Bengal and
actions taken by the central agencies in the name of investigating the ponzi
scams.

The TDP
members demanded special status for Andhra Pradesh.

Amid the
din, Mahajan took up one question on reservation. After that she adjourned the
House till noon.

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