Through a Zero Hour mention, K K Ragesh of the CPI(M) raised the matter and sought a judicial probe into police action against agitating students.
Immediately after this, Prabhat Jha of the BJP raised the issue of "defacement" of a yet-to-be-unveiled statue of Swami Vivekananda on the JNU campus.
He then went on to raise issue of alleged anti-India slogans being raised by students of JNU and demanded central government's oversight of activities in JNU. This was strongly countered by Left members.
Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu first cut short Ragesh, who was speaking on the police action on JNU students and after Jha had spoken, said that only submission on the JNU fee hike and defacement of the Vivekananda statue was admitted.
Ragesh said JNU students have been protesting for over one month demanding roll back of the fee hike and restoration of democratic rights on campus.
He asked why civil liberties were being "suppressed" after declaring an "undeclared emergency".
JNU students during a march to Parliament were lathicharged by police and student leaders taken to police station and brutally beaten up, he alleged.
As he demanded a judicial probe into the police action, Naidu cut him short, saying he had not spoken on the subject admitted - fee hike.
Mikes of Ragesh were switched off even though there was time remaining out of his alloted slot of 3 minutes.
Jha was called next, who said that Vivekananda's statue was painted red and 'go away' saffron slogan painted.
As Left party members countered his contention, he alleged that JNU has over the past five years witnessed anti-India sloganeering such as "Bharat tere tukde honge".
He was countered by Left parties but was allowed to continue his submission.