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On Tuesday the House witnessed a ruckus as BJP members stalled the proceedings right from the question hour demanding the "anti-people" remark made by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik against the opposition be expunged.
The Speaker was forced to adjourn the House three times — once in the pre-lunch session and twice in the post-lunch hours due to the protest by the BJP members.
The BJP members carrying placards stormed into the well and shouted slogans demanding the speaker expunge the remark made by the Chief Minister.
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