Budget Session Live Updates: Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha Adjourned Till 2 pm

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Budget Session: Opposition leaders have criticised the budget.

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Both Houses of the Parliament were adjourned till 2 pm within minutes of their resumption this morning. The adjournment was due to a ruckus by Opposition members demanding a discussion on the Hindenburg report and a massive decline in share prices of the conglomerate. The Opposition is also expected to raise the issue of Chinese transgressions at the border. The Union Budget was presented yesterday in the Lok Sabha and the Economy Survey was tabled on Tuesday.


Here are the Live Updates on Budget Session:

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Opposition Demands Discussion On Adani Row
“We (opposition parties) have taken a decision to call for discussion on all the scams taking place in the country. We have given the suspension of Business Notice under rule 267 to discuss the issue of investment by LIC, Public Sector Banks and financial institutions in companies losing market value, endangering the hard-earned money of crores of Indians. Large number of people have invested their hard-earned money in LIC, which in turn has invested in companies like the one whose share price has tanked after a US based company raised serious questions on it. We want a joint parliamentary committee or a Supreme Court-monitored panel to probe the matter.”

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Congress’s Mallikarjun Kharge at a joint media address by the Opposition

Opposition Parties To Address Media At 11:30 am
Opposition parties will address the media at 11:30 am. Both Houses of the Parliament have been adjourned till 2 pm.

Budget Session: Both Houses Adjourned Till 2 pm Over Ruckus
Both Houses of the Parliament have been adjourned till 2 pm due to ruckus by Opposition members demanding a discussion on the Hindenburg report on the Adani Group and the massive decline in the share prices of the conglomerate.

KCR’s Party Moves Motion In Both Houses Over Hindenburg Report On Adani Group

The Bharat Rashtra Samithi, the party of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, has moved motions in both Houses of the Parliament to discuss the Hindenburg report on the Adani Group. 

Congress Chief M Kharge’s Notice To Discuss Hindenburg Report On Adani Group

Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge has moved a motion to discuss the Hindenburg report on the Adani Group and the aftermath.

Opposition Leaders Meet To Devise Joint Strategy In Parliament

Opposition leaders this morning attended a meeting at Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge’s office in the Parliament today to devise a joint strategy to counter the government over the President’s address and the budget. Attendees included members of the DMK, Trinamool, Samajwadi Party, Janata Dal (United), Shiv Sena, CPM, CPI, Nationalist Congress Party, IUML, AAP, National Conference, and Kerala Congress. Opposition parties will also jointly demand a discussion on the Hindenburg report on Adani Group of companies.

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Congress Notice In Lok Sabha To Discuss Adani Group Row, Chinese Trangressions
Congress MPs Manickam Tagore and Manish Tewari have given adjournment notices in the Lok Sabha to discuss the Adani Group issue and Chinese transgressions along the border. Mr Tagore, the party’s whip in Lok Sabha, said there is an emergency situation due to diminishing shares of the Adani group. Mr Tewari said in his notice that the House suspend Zero Hour and other businesses of the day to have a detailed discussion on the border situation with China.

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