A discussion on the Delhi violence will be held only after Holi, which is on March 10, Speaker Om Birla declared amid intense uproar in the Lok Sabha today.
"You all have agreed to accept the chair's decision. The government is also ready for a discussion. This would be held after Holi, on the 11th," Om Birla said.
Enraged by the decision, the members threw leaflets and paper balls at the chair. Others rushed to the well of the house to protest, reports NDTV.
As tempers rose, the Speaker said no member from the opposition or treasury benches will cross to the other side during proceedings and in case of violation, will be suspended for the remaining part of the session.
The Speaker also asked the members not to bring placards to the House.
The opposition has been demanding a discussion on the violence -- which claimed 48 lives since last week.
The Speaker has been insisting on allowing more time before such a discussion is held, saying the current situation is "not appropriate".