Dhankhar also refused to accept the Opposition's notices under Rule 267, demanding a discussion on the unrest in Manipur, by claiming that the notices "were not in order."
The four-hour-long dharna witnessed leaders from almost all the alliance partners of INIDA who expressed their displeasure with the BJP’s 'double-engine government' in Manipur.
The trial would be sought to be held in a court in neighbouring Assam, they said.
Two bills, the Jan Vishwas (Amendment of Provisions) Bill as well as a measure to repeal obsolete laws were passed before the Lok Sabha was adjourned for the day.
Kharge said he wanted to speak on the bill as well as "dil ki baat" and tried to bring up the Manipur issue which was disallowed by the deputy chairman, after which the opposition walked out.
The protest, which began on Monday morning, will see leaders of the INDIA alliance taking turns with a team sitting near the Gandhi statue through the night, senior leaders said.
Parliament didn't function due to govt's refusal to accept demand of 'comprehensive statement' by PM: Congress
Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha proceedings were adjourned for the day on Monday amid unrelenting protests by opposition members for a statement by Modi on the Manipur situation.
The Manipur violence rocked the proceedings in both Houses of Parliament on the first two days of the Monsoon session on Thursday and Friday, with the opposition demanding a statement from the PM.
Speaking briefly in Lok Sabha, he requested opposition leaders to allow debate, saying it was important for truth to come out before the country on the Manipur issue.
Thakur also urged the opposition not to politicise the issue of atrocities against women in the northeastern state.