Cong says not paying tributes to farmers is insult to Annadata
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal-The proceedings on the second day of the budget session in the Legislative Assembly were adjourned within an hour. Many important Bills were to be introduced on this day but due to the postponement of the second day of the session, the proceedings could not take place. In fact, early in the second day, the government paid tributes to those who died in the Chamoli glacier burst and Sidhi bus accident. On this, the Congress raised the question that about 200 farmers had died during the peasant agitation in the country including Delhi, why tributes were not being paid to them.
Assembly Speaker Girish Gautam said - this is the time to pay tribute and not dispute. I will not allow any disturbance to occur during the tribute. After this, the proceedings were adjourned till 11 am Wednesday.
First, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan stood up to pay tributes to Motilal Vora. Only then former minister Vijayalakshmi Sadho said that while the tributes are being paid to the people who died in the glacier burst in Uttarakhand, 200 farmers died during the farmer stir in Delhi, they should also be paid tribute. But it is not mentioned in the agenda of the assembly.
Former minister Sajjan Verma said that farmers are the Annadata of the country. If the farmer dies during the agitation and no tribute is paid to him then it is an insult to the Annadata.
Earlier, Leader of Opposition Kamal Nath paid tributes to the dead farmers in the Delhi agitation as well as those who died due to poisonous liquor in Morena. Should not be given? The government should provide employment to the family of the deceased in a direct bus accident. Only poor people travel in buses. The financial condition of the families of those who died is not good. They should help.
Tribute to departed leaders
26 former Union Ministers including former Chief Minister Motilal Vora, former Rajya Sabha member Kailash Sarang, former Member of Legislative Assembly Lokendra Singh, Govardhan Upadhyay, Shyam Holani, Badrinarayan Aggarwal, Kailash Narayan Sharma, Vinod Kumar Daga, Kalyan Singh Thakur and former members of the Assembly Paid tribute to
Cong-BJP Legislature Party meeting held
The meeting of the budget session was adjourned for a day following the election of the Speaker of the Assembly and the address of Governor Anandiben Patel. But now the government and opposition will be face to face in the House. The meetings of the MLAs of both the parties were held late evening on 22 February to decide the strategy. The Congress Legislature Party met at the residence of former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Kamal Nath. In which a strategy was made to surround the government.
On the other hand, there was a meeting of BJP Legislature Party in CM House. This meeting was addressed by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The Chief Minister said that all the questions of the opposition should be aggressively answered in the House. After the end of the meeting, Parliamentary Affairs and Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that there was a discussion on the Governor's address and the Bills. Discussions were also held regarding urban body polls during this period.