The second day of the Budget session began with ruckus in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha over the alleged atrocities on Sri Lankan Tamils by the Sri Lankan forces. Both the Houses were adjourned till 12 p.m. following the uproar in the Parliament.
DMK, AIADMK and the Left parties moved notice for suspension of the Question Hour to discuss the alleged atrocities by Sri Lankan forces.
"The government has to take a stand on Sri Lanka, it is an issue of war crime and Human Rights violation. We want the Prime Minister to respond," CNN IBN quoted CPI leader D. Raja as saying.
"There have been several such atrocities in the Sri Lankan war. All parties in Tamil Nadu must come together. The Centre should support the US resolution in the UNHRC," DMK chief Karunanidhi said.
Meanwhile, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said, "PM has written a letter to Karunanidhi and the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, the date is not yet fixed. We do not support any specific resolution for a particular country. We will determine a time to discuss this after discussions with the human rights team."
A video released by Britain's Channel 4 showing slain LTTE chief Prabhakaran's 12-year-old son's body with five bullet holes in the chest sent shocking waves across the world.