New Delhi, March 27
The Lok Sabha was on Monday adjourned for the day amid noisy protests by the Congress-led opposition seeking a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) probe in the Adani issue, even as the house approved the Finance Bill 2023 as amended by Rajya Sabha.
Meanwhile, as soon as the Lower House reconvened at 4 pm, Congress MPs along with DMK and Left members, rushed to the Well of the House, shouting slogans seeking probe in the Adani issue.
Wearing black clothes, Congress, DMK and Left members waved black scarves and placards while shouting slogans at the Chair, where Rama Devi was seated.
Trinamool Congress members, who joined the Opposition's protests after staying away for a few days, were seen standing near their benches, wearing black scarves around their faces and arms.
NCP, JD-U and BSP members were also seen standing near their seats.
Amid the ruckus, Rama Devi allowed laying of papers and after the Finance Bill with the above-mentioned amendment was passed by voice vote, she adjourned the House.
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