Naidu warned the opposition members not to interrupt Home Minister Amit Shah and said he will name them - a procedure that calls for an MP to withdraw from the proceedings of the House for the day.
The Vice President also said there cannot be instant justice, but there cannot be constant delays in justice delivery either, else people become restive and try to take law in their hands.
'It is a very serious issue...We have to come out with some concrete suggestion so that I can advise the Minister of Communication and also Information and Broadcasting,' Venkaiah Naidu said.
Naidu was speaking at an event organised by the Press Council of India to observe the National Press Day and confer National Awards for Excellence in Journalism.
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu also paid tribute to Nehru and wished the nation a happy children's day.
TDP leader Nara Lokesh took to Twitter to remind Jagan that it was his party that obstructed the TDP from introducing English as the medium of instruction in municipal schools.
The former PM also appealed to take forward the message of mutual love and respect propagated by Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev to ensure an equitable society.
In his address, Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu hoped that the Kartarpur Corridor will be a shrine of peace, harmony and humanism to contribute to the realization of Guru Nanak’s universal vision.
Describing Patel as the chief architect of the Indian civil services, the VP said that Patel envisaged the all India services as an important cementing force in promoting the unity and integrity of th
Vice President Venkaiah Naidu cautions against remarks by political leaders on J&K that will help Pakistan
Without naming Pakistan, he said everyone should understand the larger 'evil designs' of the neighbour which wants to 'cripple India' and is aiding and abetting cross-border terrorism.
The Vice-President also called for a special bench to expedite criminal hearings against politicians.
The Vice-President, on Saturday, met the actresses and watched the glimpses of their film, which is based on the lives of the Tomar sisters.
Earlier, Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s comment that Hindi should be used as a common language had triggered a political row in the country.
Naidu was addressing a gathering on the 150th birth anniversary of Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier, a visionary who brought about a renaissance of ayurveda over the course of the last century.
Describing the Indian diaspora as 'ambassadors' of the country's great culture, heritage and its intrinsic values of humanism, the vice president lauded their contributions.