As soon as the House assembled at 4 PM, members of the Opposition started shouting slogans against the government and the agri laws.
AAP member Bhagwant Mann was among opposition leaders who continued to protest. The Speaker asked him not the cause disruption and cautioned that he will be forced to take action against him.
The LS Secretariat also said there would be no Question Hour on February 13 and the notices by members to raise questions on February 15 would stand lapsed.
Rajnath Singh said that all parties who were protesting had agreed to it when he had sought their approval.
Ironic, but it is true that democracy as a system of governance has still not been able to secure a true enduring popular mandate.
Criticising the move, the opposition led by the Congress said that Question Hour is the golden hour of the House.
Question Hour row: TMC says 'unjust' to compare 2-day state Assembly with Monsoon Session of Parliament
CPM politburo member Mohammed Salim said the state's ruling dispensation should stop throwing crumbs at opposition parties.
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the upcoming Monsoon Session scheduled to begin from September 14 will not have Question Hour and private member's business in both the houses of Parliament.
Congress again hit out at the decision with party's chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala alleging that it was an attempt to "throttle democracy" and "enchain" parliamentary system.
Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that other platforms to question the government are always available.
The NCP also called for using other electronic means to let parliamentarians question the Centre.
K V Thomas, former union minister, has condemned the Central government’s decision to do away with the Question Hour during the monsoon session beginning on September 14.
Rajya Sabha member and BJP media head Anil Baluni said that the uproar caused by opposition members over the Question Hour suspension is nothing but a "masterclass in hypocrisy".
In the wake of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no question hour and private members' business during the monsoon session, according to a notification issued by the Rajya Sabha secretariat.