Yeddy & JPC probe stop Parl again for 8th day

Indian Parliament
New Delhi, Nov 23: The logjam over demand of Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe in 2G spectrum scandal continued in the Indian Parliament on Tuesday, Nov 23. This is the eighth time that both houses have been adjourned over the same issue.

Both the houses (Lok Sabha amd Rajya Sabha) of Parliament have been adjourned till Wednesday, Nov 24.

The ruckus were began on the issue when all Oppositions raised their old and consistent demand of JPC investigation, while Congress raised voice for the dismissal of Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa over corruption charges.

Some Congress MPs hold placards with demand of "Book Bellary Brothers and punish Yeddyurappa to Protect Karnataka from Mining Mafia and Land Grabbers."

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