Opposition chief whip Mohan Charan Majhi and senior member Jayanarayan Mishra said they are prepared to apologise to the people of the state if they are hurt by their behaviour.
BJP members were protested as the House passed the Odisha Lokayukta (Amendment) Bill within minutes without any discussion.
The Food and Procurement Policy approved by the government said there was no bar on procurement of any higher quantum if more paddy comes to mandis from registered farmers.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik brought the resolution in the House which was supported by all political parties.
The Odisha Assembly had a three hour special discussion on Gandhiji’s visit to the State to mark the occasion.
As pandemonium prevailed, Odisha Assembly Speaker adjourned the house from 10.33 am to 11.30 am and several times thereafter till 5 pm.
While BJP members walked out in protest, Congress members staged a dharna in the well of the House as they were not allowed to raise the issue.
The Odisha Assembly was adjourned on Thursday till 12 pm after Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress MLAs created ruckus over pending paddy procurement.
Subhas Panigrahi said that he will tender an apology only if Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik does so for putting farmers in trouble due to 'mismanagement' of paddy procurement.
The BJP MLA told mediapersons outside the House that the State government would have been fully responsible if anything had happened to him.
The issue cropped up during discussion on the deteriorating law and order situation in Odisha through an adjournment motion notice given by Opposition members.
Noisy scenes also continued in the House during the afternoon session following which the Speaker convened an all-party meeting to resolve the issue.
Criticising the government inaction over the issue, BJP and Congress members demanded that a policy should be formulated to curb illegal sand mining.
Ruckus over border Odisha-Andhra dispute and farmers’ issues takes toll on business in State Assembly
The House had to be adjourned several times during the zero hour as Congress members rushed to the well of the Assembly over these issues.
36.5 lakh farmers and families of 17.04 lakh landless agriculture labourers availed benefits.