The third day of the budget session of Parliament opened to some fireworks on Tuesday after the opposition parties walked out of the Rajya Sabha. Shortly after the session started, the Upper House was adjourned till 10.30 am after the uproar. The opposition leaders had asked for a discussion on president's speech and farmers' protest but Rajya Sabha chairman Venkaiah Naidu said it will take place on Wednesday. "President has referred to farmers' agitation in his address. I wanted the discussion to start today but I was told that the discussion first starts in Lok Sabha. Keeping this in mind we have agreed to have a discussion on President's address tomorrow," he said.
Naidu also said that wrong impression is being created about the passage of the three laws. "I've repeated that there was discussion threadbare in the House on farm laws. It is a wrong impression being created that there was no discussion. With regard to voting, people may have their own arguments but every party had completed their part and made suggestions," the Rajya Sabha Chairman said. Opposition parties such as the Congress, Trinamool Congress and Left outfits have prepared to push an adjournment motion on the farm issue in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. On Sunday, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi had said that the government is ready to answer all questions of the opposition parties in the second half of the ongoing budget session of Parliament.