The Lok Sabha was first adjourned till noon on Tuesday following protests over the riots in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar town and the BJP members raising Vadra land deal issue.

Amidst the chaos, BJP leader Yashwant Sinha stood up and without naming anyone attacked Vadra."We have a number of good business schools in the world over as well in the country, which teach private businessmen how to earn crores (of rupees). But in our country we have a very well connected person who hasn't gone to B-school but has made crores," said Sinha. His statement invited protests from the treasury benches. As chaos prevailed, Speaker Meira Kumar adjourned the House till noon.

The Lower House was adjourned again till 2 pm amidst uproar over Vadra land deals when it reconvened afternoon.

The Vadra issue dominated both the Houses which saw other issues too, including Telangana with TDP members continuing to storm the Well, wearing shirts with slogan 'Save Andhra Pradesh, Save Democracy'.

The Rajya Sabha also witnessed similar scenes, with the main Opposition BJP forces adjournment of the House till noon on the same issue, minutes after it assembled for the day. BJP members shouted slogans which were countered by those from Congress.
As the din continued unabated, Chairman Hamid Ansari's remarks whether members wished the House to become a "federation of anarchists" added fuel to the fire.


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