"I'm sorry to say that the treasury benches are not allowing the house to function", he said amid an uproar by NDA members.
The budget session of Parliament remained paralysed for the 20th consecutive day as both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha were adjourned without transacting any substantive business as Opposition members pressed for setting up of a Cauvery Management Board and granting special category status to Andhra Pradesh. Parties like DMK, AIADMK were putting their demand forward for creating Cauvery Water Board to deal with the distribution of water between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka while the TDP stoop up on its issue of demanding special status to Andhra Pradesh.
On Wednesday, Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) members were protesting against the softening of certain provisions of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.
"Narendra Modi - Dalit Virodhi" (Narendra Modi is anti- Dalit), shouted Congress and BSP members.
TDP lawmakers of the House shouted "Save Andhra" slogans.
Expressing displeasure over the repeated disruptions in the house since Parliament met, Naidu requested the opposition for cooperation.
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The Speaker urged AIADMK members to return to their seats, saying she will not be able to take up notices on the no-confidence motion unless the House was in order.
"You want these kinds of ugly scenes to be seen every day by people", he said while referring to slogan shouting and placards trying to block his view.
As soon as the House convened, several Opposition MPs started shouting slogans against the government. "You have not transacted any business including important legislations".
He also said that a handful of people were obstructing proceedings over their agenda.
It's unfortunate that debate on these issues is not going on despite the Chair permitting it and the government accepting to discuss it, he said. "This is in fact murdering democracy", Naidu said. Please understand that the entire country is agitated with what is happening in the House.
The opposition leaders also met Rajya Sabha Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan to put forth their demand for a discussion on issues like the SC-ST Act, the CBSE paper leak and the PNB bank fraud.