They have problem with the fact that Parliament has enhanced its productive hours and performing better than ever, he said.
A Rajya Sabha member from the ruling party said that the House could discuss and pass a maximum of six bills in the next four days while the government has listed as many as 18-19 bills.
At the BJP's parliamentary party meeting on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said the session can be extended, if required.
BJP members were seen protesting against the remarks. However, Bandyopadhyay did not elaborate on the content of the advisories.
Jakhar also alleged that businessmen close to the government had got their companies registered in the Bombay Stock Exchange just days before the deal was clinched.
After paying homage to the DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi, both the Houses of the Indian Parliament was adjourned for the day to mourn his demise.
Parliament Monsoon Session Day 14 HIGHLIGHTS: Rajya Sabha adjourned till 11 am on Friday after disruptions
Amidst uproar in Lok Sabha over the Deoria shelter home case, Home Minister Rajnath Singh lauded the Yogi Adityanath government for taking rapid action and ensured punishment for accused.
Parliament Monsoon Session Day 9 HIGHLIGHTS: Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Second Amendment) Bill 2018 passed in Lok Sabha
The upper house has been adjourned till 11 am tomorrow following an uproar in the house during BJP President Amit Shah's speech on Assam NRC list.
During Zero Hour, BJP member Kirit Somaiya raised the issue of alleged lynching of people, including women, in West Bengal and Kerala.
Misleading Lok Sabha on Rafale deal issue: Privilege notices against PM Modi, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman being considered, says Speaker
The notices were submitted by the Congress charging the two leaders with allegedly misleading the House on the Rafale deal issue during the debate on the no-confidence motion on July 20.
Vijayasai Reddy expressed regret after Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Vijay Goel raised the issue of a member casting aspersions on the chair during the debate yesterday.
Mallikarjun Kharge said the cost of the rail corridor was exorbitant and amount could have been spent on activities like doubling thousands of kilometres of railway tracks or opening new divisions.
Party sources said some of the AIADMK MPs were reluctant to support the BJP government; they felt abstaining from voting would be a safer stance for the party.
The Opposition created a ruckus in Lok Sabha and demanded an apology from Sinha. They raised slogans such as "stop garlanding convicts" as Sinha responded to a question on upgradation of airports.
Parliament Monsoon Session: Left to press for PM Narendra Modi's reply on communal violence, lynching
The left parties said the government needs to tell the Parliament whether they are with farmers or not.