BSP-SP-Congress members create ruckus in UP assembly on law and order condition, obstruct proceedings of the House

Samajwadi Party’s MLAs protesting outside the Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow on Wednesday

Questioned the government about the murder in the CJM court room in Bijnor

Lucknow, 18 December: On the second day of the fourth session of the Vidhan Sabha, members of the opposition created a ruckus as soon as the proceedings of the House commenced. Accusing the law and order situation in the state, they made serious allegations against the government. SP and Congress members reached to the Well of the House and questioned the government and demanded a debate on the murder in the CJM court room in Bijnor on Tuesday.

Leader of Opposition Ramgovind Chaudhary said that Uttar Pradesh is burning. The government has been paralyzed. He also surrounded the government on the incidents of rape.

However, Assembly Speaker Hriday Narayan Dixit refused to allow the debate. Citing the rules, he said that this cannot be discussed without giving notice. There was neither Chief Minister nor Parliamentary Executive Suresh Khanna present at that time. In place of Khanna, Labor Minister Swami Prasad Maurya said that the opposition has no issues. Therefore, they are unnecessarily trying to disrupt the proceedings of the House. The SP and Congress boycotted the session amid accusations. The Speaker then adjourned the proceedings for thirty minutes.

Earlier on Tuesday also, members of the opposition raised slogans in both houses and waved posters, registering their protests over police lathicharge at Nadwa College in Lucknow and Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, including the Citizenship Amendment Act.

SP MLAs also staged a protest in front of Chaudhary Charan Singh’s statue in the Vidhan Bhavan campus. Later, there was an uproar after BJP MLA Nand Kishore Gurjar accused the Ghaziabad police of harassment. Even more than 100 BJP MLAs along with members of the opposition sat on a dharna against the government. At the government level, the efforts were made to end the dharna of the angry MLAs continued for a long time.However,  The MLAs ended their picket in the evening after getting assurances from Assembly Speaker Dr. Hriday Narayan Dixit.

Since then, there was a possibility of a ruckus on Wednesday due to the opposition’s stance and today it also appeared when the proceedings of the House started. Congress Legislative Council member Deepak Singh reached the Legislative Council on Wednesday with a black band on his arm. The Bijnor massacre and women’s security slips were on it. He said that the ground of Savarkar’s release from the jail was his apology and his last life was with the country or with the British, it should be discussed in the House.

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