The Uttar Pradesh Assembly was adjourned for half an hour on Wednesday amid uproar by the opposition parties demanding a debate on Muzaffarnagar riots.
As soon as the house assembled at 11 am, BSP leader Swami Prasad Maurya demanded that the question hour should be suspended and a debate be held on Muzaffarnagar incident.
He said that a message should go in the state and communal harmony should be restored.
Leader of BJP Legislature Party Hukum Singh alleged that the government and the Cabinet were root of the trouble and a debate should be held on the issue.
Leader of Congress legislature party Pradeep Mathur also demanded a debate on the issue.
While ruling SP members raised objections over the oppositions remarks Speaker Mata Prasad Pandey said that the government was ready for the debate under the rules, but the opposition parties were running away.
BJP members later entered into the well of the House demanding President rule in the state and shouted slogans after which the assembly was adjourned for 30 minutes.
Later talking to the reporters Congress leader Pramod Tiwari alleged that those who do not want the debate were running from it.