Speaker Om Birla held the all-party meeting to lay some ground-rules.
Seven Congress MPs have been suspended from the rest of the budget session for the ruckus created in parliament for the last three days over a discussion on last week's violence in Delhi. The second half of the budget session, which started on Monday, ends on April 3.
The members include Gaurav Gogoi, TN Prathapan, Dean Kuriakose, Benny Behananm Manickam Tagore, Rajmohan Unnithan and Gurjeet Singh Aujla.
Congress's leader of the house Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary said the party will "not let up".
"We want a discussion on Delhi riots and we have requested them continuously and now the speaker does not do it. We are not beggars. This has been done with the knowledge of the speaker," Mr Chowdhury told reporters.
The opposition parties, which have been demanding a discussion in House on the violence, have been hugely upset over the Speaker's refusal to hold it any time before Holi, arguing that the time for such a discussion is not right.
The Speaker committed to a discussion on March 11, the day after Holi.
The tug-of-war on the issue had ensured repeated adjournments, allowing little time for any other business since parliament reconvened for the second half of the budget session.
The biggest ruckus took place on Monday and Tuesday, when members of the government and the opposition engaged in a scuffle and threw paper missiles at the chair.
After Monday's uproar, Speaker Om Birla held the all-party meeting to lay some ground-rules for the smooth functioning of the House. On Tuesday, after a scuffle between the members, the Speaker had warned that members from both opposition and treasury benches, who cross over to the other side, will be suspended for the entire session.