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Rajya Sabha adjourned following uproar over JNU, Rohith’s suicide


NEW DELHI: Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman P.J. Kurien on Wednesday adjourned the house for 10 minutes following an uproar over Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula’s suicide issue.

With opposition trying to corner the Narendra Modi government over
Jawaharlal Nehru University row and Hyderabad University controversy, BJP and its allies have decided to aggressively counter Congress and the Left in Parliament over the issues.

Bahujan Samaj Party MP Mayawati raised the issue of Vemula’s suicide in the house.

Other BSP MPs started sloganeering against the central government and demanded justice for Vemula’s family.

Leader of the House in Rajya Sabha, Arun Jaitley, appeals to protesting MPs to let the debate on Rohith Vemula and JNU issues.

The budget session of the Rajya Sabha began on Wednesday.

Live updates:

Rajya Sabha adjourned for 15 minutes after opposition creates ruckus demanding Smriti Irani’s resignation.


Opposition demands HRD Minister Smirit Irani on Rohith Vemula suicide.


There was a Dalit in the committee formed, why are you ignoring that Mayawati ji, asks Smriti Irani


Mayawati demands explaination from Smriti Irani on Rohith’s death.


Smriti Irani hits out at Mayawati for insisting a response from the government on Rohith suicide before the debate on the matter.


The government will reply on Rohith Vemula suicide: Arun Jaitley


it has become like a market, says Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairperson PJ Kurien


Heated exchange between Smriti Irani and Mayawati over Rohith Vemula suicide in Rajya Sabha.


Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi should tell the people whether he supports the raising of anti-national slogans, if not then he should condemn it: Amit Shah


All parties in Parliament should clarify whether raising slogans against the nation was freedom of speech or sedition: Amit Shah

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