As per a report, business associates of Gujarat chief minister's daughter Anar Patel got 422 acres of land in 2010 from the state government at Rs.15 per square metre -- a huge 91.6 percent discount on the government's stamp duty rate of Rs.180 per square metre.

Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi demanded the mention of Gujarat case to be expunged, and went ahead to say that possibly the Congress also wanted to discuss the allegations against Chidambaram and his son.

In the ruckus, Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien first adjourned the house for 10 minutes and then till noon.

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