The Uttar Pradesh government on Wednesday had presented a supplementary budget of Rs 7,301.52 crore to meet additional expenditure.
The proceedings lasted for around 15 minutes after which Birla adjourned the House till noon.
When the Question Hour commenced, Opposition parties started protesting against various issues, including the Pegasus spyware controversy and farm laws.
MPs belonging to the Congress, TMC, DMK and the Left parties stormed into the well of the House raising slogans and displaying placards on their demands.
Earlier in the day, proceedings in the Rajya Sabha were adjourned second time on Thursday till 2 pm following the opposition's protests on Pegasus snooping row, farm laws and rise in fuel prices.
As the din continued, Rajendra Agrawal, who was charing the proceedings, adjourned the Lok Sabha till 2 pm.
Opposition MPs raised Pegasus snooping, farm laws, fuel prices and other issues. They also brought placards.
After the House convened for the day, the Opposition members trooped into the Well, shouting slogans and raising banners.
Soon after the members met at 12 noon and Deputy Chairman Harivansh announced the Question Hour, the Opposition members stormed into the well and started raising slogans against the government.
The session was originally slated to end on April 8 but several members had urged Speaker Om Birla to end the session earlier as they focus on electioneering for the five assemblies.
The no-confidence motion was introduced by the TDP against the Modi government for "failing" to give Special Status Category to the state.
While it sat for 44 hours, the Upper House lost over 121 hours. Of the 419 starred questions listed, only five were replied to orally by the concerned ministers in the House.
Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha adjourned sine die on the last day of Budget Session; 250 hours wasted by disruptions
The last day of the session was also marred by protests by AIADMK and Congress over setting up of the Cauvery management board as well as by TDP demanding special status for AP.
AIADMK member earlier said that in Tamil Nadu, people were asking AIADMK MPs to resign from Parliament since they could not do anything about the Cauvery water issue.
AIADMK members were demanding setting of the Cauvery water management board to implement water-sharing between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.