Both Houses of Parliament adjourned amid ruckus on Manipur

New Delhi, on July 24th.
Both the lower and upper houses of the government paused their activities until 2 pm on Monday due to intense arguments between the opposition party and the ruling party NDA regarding talks about crimes against women.
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The opposition parties in Rajya Sabha requested to talk about the fighting in Manipur. They protested together under an Indian flag and submitted 27 notices to adjourn the discussion. On the other hand, the NDA MPs asked to discuss violence in Manipur and crimes against women in states controlled by the opposition. They submitted 11 notices for this.
The opposition wanted to postpone all work to talk about Manipur, while the NDA MPs wanted to have a short discussion about it.
The opposition wants the Prime Minister to speak about Manipur, but the ruling party says that the Home Minister will respond to the discussion as usual.
In the Indian Parliament called Lok Sabha, lawmakers from the INDIA alliance held up signs asking for fairness and justice for Manipur.
In a noisy and chaotic Lok Sabha, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that the government is ready to have a discussion, but the opposition is avoiding a debate.
The chairman of Rajya Sabha, Jagdeep Dhankhar, said that on July 20th, he had already accepted requests for a brief discussion on Manipur in the House, and the government had agreed to this.
Dhankhar said he is thinking about the 11 notices he received from NDA MPs regarding discussion on crimes in states ruled by opposition parties.
Dhankhar also mentioned the names of opposition leaders, including Mallikarjun Kharge, who had sent Rule 267 notices. He later closed the meeting until noon after MPs who were against the government shouted slogans in the central area.
The Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Om Birla, stopped the meeting until noon because members of the opposition were loudly chanting slogans and demanding a discussion on Manipur.
The government wants to talk about crimes in all states, not just in Manipur.
The opposition wants to have a discussion only about Manipur.

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