The Opposition members in the council again created ruckus when CM Nitish Kumar stood to speak in support of the bill.
After the House reconvened, JDS members continued to protest.
Vani Devi, TRS nominee from Mahabubnagar-Rangareddy- Hyderabad Graduates' constituency, was leading over her nearest BJP rival and sitting MLC N Ramachander Rao by 7,626 votes.
This time, so far, two more political parties -- Congress and AMMK -- have also made this promise to the people
From the BJP, the MLCs nominated include Janak Ram, a former Gopalganj MP who was recently made the states minister for mines and geology.
Police prevented the clash from turning into a pitched battle, while Premender Reddy and others were rushed to the Khammam Hospital.
The issue of rising prices, especially fuel cost, will be taken up under Rule 69, and the Opposition Congress and JDS are expected to go for the jugular.
The polling booths witnessed long queues, as ballot papers are being used in the polls for preferential voting instead of the Electronic Voting Machines.
The size of the ballot box will be 610 mm by 610 mm by 760 mm, with a slit of 150mm by 15 mm on top of the box.
Biennial elections to the Legislative Council from two graduates' constituencies Mahabubnagar-Ranagareddy-Hyderabad as well as Warangal-Khammam-Nalgonda will be held on March 14.
Nominations for the biennial polls can be filed till February 23 and scrutiny of the same will be held on February 24. The withdrawal of names can be done till February 26.
The term of BJP MLC N Ramachandra Rao from Mahabubnagar-Rangareddy-Hyderabad and the term of TRS MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy from Warangal-Khammam-Nalgonda will be completed on March 29.
He has been a member of the Council for nearly 40 years now, starting from 1980.
Janata Dal (Secular) MLC Basavaraj Horatti on Monday filed his nomination for the State Legislative Council chairman’s election, and is set to be elected on Tuesday.
Congress said the law will not help anyone, neither the farmers, nor the common people.