"We have faith in you (Naidu) and we all respect the Chairman. Writing the post and criticising the chair is against the norms of the House. The member should apologise for it," Agarwal said without disclosing the name of the member.
The issue raked up by Agarwal was supported by members across the party lines including those from the treasury and opposition benches.
BJP's Bhupender Yadav said, "There might be ideological and political differences among us but we all are bound by the chair. Whoever has posted such comment is in contempt of the House. This is unacceptable and the member should apologise."
Naidu, however, did not comment on the issue and proceeded with Zero Hour.
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