Parliament Live Updates: Lok Sabha Adjourned Till 12.30 PM

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The opposition has been demanding a discussion on the violence — which claimed 48 lives since last week.

New Delhi:

The Lok Sabha is scheduled to hold a short duration discussion on last month’s communal violence in parts of Delhi in which at least 53 people were killed and more than 200 people sustained serious injuries. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and BJP’s Meenakshi Lekhi have given a notice for short on “Recent law and order situation in some parts of Delhi” in Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Other MPs too will join the discussion. The Opposition has been demanding a discussion on the Delhi violence since the beginning of the second leg of Budget Session on March 2 and disrupted Parliament over the issue. The government had agreed to hold the discussion after Holi. The violence took place from February 23-26 in Delhi’s north-east district. 

Here are the LIVE updates on the proceedings in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha:

Lok Sabha Adjourned Till 12.30 PM
Lok Sabha proceedings adjourned till 12:30 pm amid slogan-shouting by opposition members.

Rajya sabha adjourned till 2 pm. 

Parliament Schedule for Wednesday, March 11

Lok Sabha

Discussion on recent law and order situation in some parts of

Delhi.

Bills for consideration and passage:

The Aircraft (Amendment) Bill, 2020.

Rajya Sabha

Bills for consideration and passing

The Central Sanskrit Universities Bill, 2019.

The National Commission for Indian System of Medicine Bill,

2019.

The National Commission for Homoeopathy Bill, 2019.

Communist Party of India and Communist Party of India (Marxist) have given Adjournment Motion Notice in Lok Sabha over Delhi violence.

Congress strategy meeting for Lok Sabha, chaired by Rahul Gandhi is underway in Parliament.

Amit Shah to reply on the discussion over Delhi violence

Union Home Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to reply today to a short duration discussion in Lok Sabha on last month”https://www.ndtv.com/”s communal violence in Delhi. This will be the first time that the Union Home Minister would give an official statement on the violence that rocked the national capital from February 23 to February 26 in which at least 53 were people killed and more than 200 sustained injuries. Amit Shah has been criticised by the Opposition for not giving a statement on the issue and not visiting the riot-hit areas. The victims of the violence have also accused the Delhi Police — that reports to the Union Home Ministry — of inaction when the riots were raging. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and BJP”https://www.ndtv.com/”s Meenakshi Lekhi have given a notice for short discussion on “Recent law and order situation in some parts of Delhi” in Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Other MPs too will join the discussion. The Opposition has been demanding a discussion on the Delhi violence since the beginning of the second leg of the Budget Session on March 2 and disrupted Parliament over the issue. The government had agreed to hold the discussion after Holi.

Trinamool Congress gives notice in Rajya Sabha
The Trinamool Congress on Wednesday gave a notice in Rajya Sabha for immediate discussion under Rule 267 on “Delhi carnage and the healing process”. The Opposition has been demanding a discussion in both Houses of Parliament on Delhi”https://www.ndtv.com/”s communal violence that rocked parts of the national capital between February 23 and 26 in which at least 53 people were killed while more than 200 people sustained serious injuries while property worth crores was destroyed. The government has agreed to hold the discussion after Holi, when the “normalcy” returns. Delhi Police have registered 254 FIRs including 41 cases under the Arms Act in connection with the violence. As many as 903 people have been either arrested or detained by police. Two Special Investigation Teams (SITs) have been constituted under the Delhi Police”https://www.ndtv.com/”s Crime Branch to investigate the violence, news agency ANI quoted as saying.  

Trinamool Congress gives notice in Rajya Sabha for immediate discussion under Rule 267 on ‘Delhi carnage and the healing process’.

Congress’ Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and BJP’s Meenakshi Lekhi to raise a discussion on the ‘recent law and order situation in some parts of Delhi’ in Lok Sabha today.

Lok Sabha to discuss Delhi violence today
The Lok Sabha is scheduled to hold a short duration discussion on last month’s communal violence in parts of Delhi in which at least 53 people were killed and more than 200 people sustained serious injuries. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and BJP’s Meenakshi Lekhi have given a notice for short on “Recent law and order situation in some parts of Delhi” in Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Other MPs too will join the discussion. The Opposition has been demanding a discussion on the Delhi violence since the beginning of the second leg of Budget Session on March 2 and disrupted Parliament over the issue. The government had agreed to hold the discussion after Holi. The violence took place from February 23-26 in Delhi’s north-east district.



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