At this a visibly upset Kharge asked loudly, "What is this? We want JPC".
The Speaker said she was not saying no to anyone.
"I will allow you to speak when the time will come. Now sit down. You have shouted a lot. Give your throat some rest," she said.
With this, Kharge sat down but said, "If you don't allow us to speak, why should we be here".
Alleging corruption, Kharge said a JPC probe was needed to probe the deal.
He also demanded discussion on the issue to which the Speaker said a debate had already taken place in the House.
Kharge said the CAG report on defence was tabled before the Rajya Sabha and was "leaked". He said the report was not tabled before Lok Sabha.
Mahajan said the reports were tabled before the Lok Sabha, in an apparent reference to P Radhakrishnan tabling three CAG reports, including one on defence services.
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