Lawmakers were debating ending "parliament's authorization to inspect ministers and the Cabinet." Shortly after Özel comments, fellow members of the main opposition Republican People's Party encircled the speaker's rostrum with arms joined, occupying the area in protest.
The fight broke out soon afterward, according to Anadolu.
One senior lawmaker with the ruling Justice and Development (AK) party suffered a broken nose, according to the report.
Tensions run high
Despite the brawl, the measure was passed Thursday in the 550-member assembly, Anadolu said.
Violent outbreaks are uncommon in Turkey's parliament but tensions are high over the 18-article constitutional reform package, which has been put forward by the governing AK party.