KV Correspondent

Rainbow of colours in Lok Sabha

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New Delhi: A plethora of colours was visible in the Lok Sabha Friday with members, mostly those from southern India, sporting colourful stoles while those from the Samajwadi Party wearing their traditional red caps.

While members of Telangana Rashtra Samithi were wearing pink stoles, those from the TDP sported yellow ones.

Many AIADMK members, who have been demanding immediate setting up of the Cauvery river management board, sported stoles carrying black, white and red stripes, representing their party colour.

Members of the Samajwadi Party, which wrested two Lok Sabha seats in Uttar Pradesh from the ruling BJP, were wearing their red-coloured party caps. Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav too was seen wearing one.

When the House convened at noon after the first adjournment, TRS parliamentarians came into the Well carrying placards saying ‘One Nation, One law’. The TRS has been demanding an increase in the quota of reservation in Telangana.

AIADMK members too were seen protesting with placards “constitute Cauvery managemnent board immediately”.

With the members of the opposition parties vociferously protesting over several issues, Lok Speaker Sumitra Mahajan adjourned the House for the day.PTI

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