Lok Sabha was adjourned for the day on Wednesday, 1 December, and will resume on Thursday, 2 December. Earlier, Rajya Sabha was adjourned as opposition leaders resumed their stern protest against the suspension of 12 MPs for the remainder of the Winter Session. Both Houses were earlier adjourned several times amid the uproar, with Congress and DMK even staging a walk out from Lok Sabha.
Meanwhile, the suspended MPs held a sit-in demonstration at the Mahatma Gandhi statue in Parliament premises.
The second day of the Winter Session had ended in a deadlock, with the Lok Sabha being adjourned for a third time till Wednesday following a boycott from Opposition parties including Congress, DMK, and National Conference.
Both the Houses of Parliament will hold proceedings simultaneously for the next 20 working days.
The Farm Laws Repeal Bill, 2021 was passed in both the Houses within minutes of its introduction on the first day of the Winter Session
As per a Lok Sabha notice, 26 new bills, including the highly-anticipated bill seeking to ban cryptocurrency will be introduced in the Parliament during the session
The Winter Sessions is expected to be stormy as it comes ahead of the 2022 Assembly elections in Punjab, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, and Goa
Lok Sabha Adjourned For the Day
Lok Sabha has been adjourned for the day till Thursday, 2 December.
'Suspension of 12 MPs Shows Frustration of Govt'
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel says the suspension of the 12 MPs shows the frustration of the government over the repeal of farm laws.
12 RS MPs Rally Against Ban on Holding Sit in Protest
12 Rajya Sabha MPs are protesting in Parliament complex, seeking a revocation of the suspension order against staging sit-in protests daily, PTI reported.
The Suspended MPs had earlier said that they will sit in demonstrating against their ban from the parliament from the remainder of the session every day till 23 December.