Rajya Sabha adjourned until 2 p.m. amid din over Pegasus issue


Amid continued heckling from opposition MPs over the Project Pegasus media report, the Rajya Sabha was again adjourned until 2 p.m. on Monday. The opposition MP continued to throw slogans and held up posters demanding a discussion on the Pegasus issue when the House met at noon, after which Rajya Sabha was adjourned for the second time in the day a few seconds after start.

Earlier today, when House Uppar convened at 11:00 a.m., President M Venkaiah Naidu took note of the Indian contingent’s best ever performance in Tokyo and said the 2020 Olympics turned out to be the best time for India in the last 121 years of the Games travel. The Vice President noted that “it took so long to write a moment ‘we too can do it” erasing memories of despair, discouragement, despondency and disbelief, made worse by a poor medal performance. every four years”.

However, shortly after the Presidency’s address was concluded, the opposition re-started the heckling with a request for a discussion of the Pegasus issue, after which the House was adjourned until noon. The affairs of both Houses of Parliament have remained heavily disrupted due to the continued heckling created by the opposition over issues such as the farmer protest, Pegasus spyware, COVID-19 and inflation.

The monsoon session began on July 19 and is expected to continue through August 13. (ANI)

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