Odisha Assembly was today adjourned twice following a pandemonium over the chitfund scam and the issue of non-revision of royalty for major minerals by Congress members and treasury bench MLAs respectively.
Orissa assembly was adjourned briefly for 30 minutes after pandemonium over
non-issue of ration cards to families identified as above poverty line (APL) in the Kalahandi -Bolangir-Koraput (KBK)
Maharashtra Assembly witnessed pandemonium for the second successive day on Thursday with the Opposition members disrupting the proceedings, demanding immediate discussion on crop damage caused by recent unseasonal rains.
Condemning the unruly scenes in the Assembly of his home state Karnataka on Tuesday, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna on Friday said the unprecedented pandemonium which was a "blot" on the fair name of Karnataka.
Orissa Assembly was stalled
on Wednesday as Opposition Congress stormed into the well alleging
involvement of two ministers in the coal scam and demanding a
statement by the Chief Minister besides a debate on the issue.
Pandemonium broke out in the J&K Assembly Monday with the Opposition shouting
slogans and staging a walkout during the joint address of
Governor NN Vohra to the state legislature on the opening day
of the Budget Session.