"It is becoming a habit with some people, to come to the well, to the front seat and throw papers. Such actions are not dignified. The entire country is watching and they are not going to benefit from this action," Naidu told reporters outside Parliament.
"So it is my polite request to all members that we should all work together to uphold the dignity of the house," he said, adding that no matter how serious an issue is, there is procedure through which it can be raised.
He was responding to a question about interruptions in the Lok Sabha earlier in the day where an agitated RJD member Rajesh Ranjan stormed the Well waving a newspaper and seeking a statement on the UPSC exam row.
Naidu: Question Hour belongs to the house, it belongs to the members
Ranjan later tore the newspaper and threw the pieces with some landing on the table of the Speaker. Naidu said that if every member would speak on his choice of subject and choice of time, then it would be difficult for the house to function.
The Minister said that it had become a trend that on every issue, members are giving a notice for suspension of Question Hour.
"Question Hour belongs to the house, it belongs to the members. Do you want to suspend that right? I am not in agreement with that spirit. If there is a serious matter, definitely government has said, we have said categorically we are ready to discuss each and every issue but provided there is a system," Naidu said.
He said there are "conventions, precedence and rules and regulations" and the presiding officers will decide accordingly which the members have to follow.