NEWD DELHI (Agencies) - The Antulay issue once again caused uproar in Parliament on Monday as agitated BJP and Shiv Sena members stormed the well in both the Houses demanding sacking of the Union Minister for Minority Affairs, forcing their brief adjournments. The controversy caused by Antulay's remarks over ATS chief Hemant Karkare's death refuses to die down. A defiant Antulay while entering the Lok Sabha on Monday said that he was only scared of God. Earlier, the Union Minister kicked up a storm by suggesting that there could be more to the ATS chief Hemant Karkare's death than meets the eye. Karkare was shot dead by terrorists during the Mumbai attacks. While Rajya Sabha was adjourned twice, Lok Sabha adjourned once as the Opposition members demanded Antulay's sacking for his controversial remarks on the circumstances of the death of former Maharashtra ATS chief Hemant Karkare. Soon after the Upper House assembled for the day, BJP members were on their feet demanding a discussion on Antulay's comments and trooped into the well. Chairman Hamid Ansari first adjourned the House at 11:11 hours for 10 minutes, which was followed by another adjournment till 12 noon as unruly scenes persisted. In the Lok Sabha, BJP and Shiv Sena members stormed the well as the House took up introduction of the Life Insurance Corporation (Amendment) Bill, which was opposed by CPI (M)'s Basudeb Acharia. The BJP members continued slogan-shouting in the well even as Acharia opposed the introduction of the LIC bill, saying the legislation was "nothing but privatisation" of the insurance sector and aimed to increase foreign investment in it from 26 to 49 per cent. After Acharia's demand, Speaker ordered that lobbies be cleared, but within a matter of a minute, adjourned the House till 1300 hours as the din continued.