Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu expressed dismay at their conduct and said the suspended MPs have shown no remorse, and there was no question of revoking their suspension.
The opposition leaders termed the suspension as "unwarranted and undemocratic", and alleged that the action is in violation of all rules and procedures of the Upper House.
Mallikarjun Kharge said the opposition was keen to participate in discussions and claimed that it was the government that obstructed the smooth functioning of the session.
Mahanga double murder case and Covid-19 management to are expected to rock the Assembly's monsoon session.
The monsoon session of the Assembly scheduled from September 1, will have six working days a week and meet on Saturday also.
No longer all the failures could be blamed on seven decades of dynastic rule and misgovernance. The strategic environment—beyond India’s control—has deteriorated rapidly.
The government is expected to face heat over the urban local body (ULB) polls which have been delayed for over two years over the issue of reservation of seats and delimitation of wards.
The Prime Minister introduced ministers in both the Houses and that is a tradition that's been going on for 70-odd years and the opposition for the "first time" did not even allow that, Goyal said.
Chair not very neutral; BJP's 'two gentlemen' will lock down Parl if they have their way: Chidambaram
On the government rejecting Opposition's criticism of passage of bills amid the din, stating that it also happened in the UPA era, Chidambaram said this "whataboutery" must come to an end.
Rejecting the opposition's allegations that people were brought from outside the Parliament, Piyush Goyal, who is also leader of the house, said there were 18 men marshals and 12 women.
The government said it successfully carried out the government business during the Monsoon Session and the bills passed by the Rajya Sabha will shape the future of our country.
Monsoon session: Despite continuous disruption, Rajya Sabha passes second highest number of bills since 2014
With over 74 hours and 26 minutes lost due to protests by the Opposition on various issues, the Upper House passed 1.1 bills per day in 17 days sitting.
The heat on the ruling BJP remained intense during the session, with even the fence-sitters in the House showing their disappointment with the passage of the bills amid the din.
Spent sleepless night after 'sacrilege in temple of democracy': Naidu attacks MPs after Rajya Sabha ruckus
The table area where the officers and reporters of the House, the secretary general and the presiding officer are seated is considered the holy sanctum sanctorum of the House, said Naidu.
Opposition protests over the Pegasus snooping row, farm laws and other issues had continuously marred the proceedings since the start of the session on July 19.