The action against MLC Sunil Singh was taken by Acting Chairman of the legislative council Awadhesh Narain Singh after the former, led by other members of his party, staged a walkout.
The opposition legislators tore the tickets soon after they were distributed in the House.
He, however, refused to reveal the names of ministers who remained absent at the time of tabling the budgetary demands of their respective departments.
Sinha had abstained from the proceedings on Tuesday following a heated exchange with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday over the investigation into the Lakhisarai prohibition incident.
The Speaker has been miffed with some arrests in a case of prohibition violation in Lakhisarai and the privilege committee had last week recommended action against a couple of police officials.
Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha informed the House during Zero Hour that the proceedings, which got adjourned at 12.30 hours, will continue till 1 P.M.
The Bihar assembly witnessed ruckus when a snide remark about RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat by the opposition RJD evoked predictable outrage from the BJP.
The Bihar Assembly on Monday witnessed repeated clashes between MLAs of the BJP, which is part of the ruling NDA in the state, and the opposition.
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RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav tore into the RSS in the Bihar Assembly on Wednesday for creating unrest in the society.
BJP MLA Haribhushan Thakur Bachaul said in a statement that Muslims living in India should be stripped of voting rights and treated as second class citizens.
The CBDT report found the allegations to be true and charged Tej Pratap with hiding property worth over Rs 59 lakh in the affidavit filed before the district election officer.
Nikki Hembrom said she was rebuked when she raised the issue of tribals getting adversely affected by the prohibition law.
RJD MLA Bhai Virendra and BJP's Sanjay Saraogi had engaged in an ugly spat before the commencement of the day's proceedings.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said the demand for caste-based census was very much alive despite the Centre’s disinclination.
Among the 17 districts where these 94 seats are located, the highest poll percentage of 54.89 has been recorded in Muzaffarpur.