Yadav, Katare pull up party MLAs
Yadav, Katare pull up party MLAs

BHOPAL: PCC chief Arun adav and leader of opposition Satyadev Katare pulled up their party members for allowing the vote- on- account and third supplementary budget to be passed without debate. Yadav and Katare returned in afternoon from Delhi and took a meeting of Congress MLAs in the Vidhan Sabha. The issue of Congress MLAs’ disrupting proceeding in the House in question hour and later during adjournment motion was hotly debated as MLAs were divided.

Katare said, the government should have been cornered by discussing on vote on account and third supplementary budget which were passed in minutes without discussion amid uproar. He said it was not good decision. The government wanted to get passed its bills without discussion. Arun Yadav said MLAs should take part in debate in the house and outside the party workers will gherao the government on road.

Govind Singh quits Business advisory

committee Congress senior MLA Dr Govind Singh on Tuesday resigned from business advisory committee of legislative assembly quoting that he would contest Lok Sabha election and won’t give time in the House. He alleged LoP Katare is adictator.

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