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"BJP-NDA MPs have decided to not take salary & allowances for 23 days as the parliament has not been functional," Ananth Kumar said.
The first week of the second part of the Budget session which began on March 5 had been a virtual washout.
The House today witnessed disruptions on various issues including bank scam, special package for Andhra Pradesh and Cauvery Board issue since March 5, the day Parliament reconvened for the Budget session.
Members from the TDP, AIADMK, TRS and TMC trooped into the Well, with many holding placards and raising slogans.
While the Congress continued to press for PM's reply over PNB scam, members from AIADMK and AAP were in the Well, holding photos of Periyar and raising slogans condemning the vandalism in Vellore.
Earlier when the House met in the morning for its first sitting of the second half of budget session, similar protests were witnessed.
The session begins two days after the election results in the northeast were announced that saw the BJP triumphing in Tripura and improving its performance in Nagaland and Meghalaya.
Opposition parties would seek an answer from Prime Minister Narendra Modi on how the Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud and other banking scams took place and how the government failed to stop them.
Both houses of Parliament will meet after a month-long recess in the Budget Session.
Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari said his party would not let go of the issues till the government gives a satisfactory response.
Naidu urged members to maintain the prestige and decorum of the House and participate in constructive debates in the coming days when the House meets again on March 5.
In Lower House of Parliament, the YSR Congress also joined the protests in the Well of the House and raised slogans despite repeated requests by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan urging them to go back to their seats.