The five-day monsoon session of the Vidhan Sabha began from today, the CM paid tributes

In view of the 2022 elections, the opposition will try its best to surround the government in the house. At the same time, the government has also made a strategy to respond to the issues raised

The five-day monsoon session of the Vidhan Sabha began from today, the CM paid tributes

Monsoon session of Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly has started from today. The five-day session is expected to be a uproar. On the first day of the session, tributes were paid to the departed MLAs in the House. During the session, strict arrangements have been made regarding the security arrangements and all the MLAs will follow the Covid protocol.

On the first day of the session, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami paid tributes to the Leader of Opposition, Late Indira Hridayesh, Gangotri MLA Gopal Rawat, Haridwar's former MLA Ambrish Kumar, former Education Minister Narendra Bhandari and former MLA Bacchi Singh Rawat.

Tributes were also paid to Kalyan Singh, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and former Governor of Rajasthan. On this occasion, floral tributes were paid to the portrait of Kalyan Singh. Vidhansabha  President Premchand Agrawal, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, Cabinet Minister Dhan Singh Rawat, Yatiswaranand, Banshidhar Bhagat, Arvind Pandey, BJP State President Madan Kaushik, MLA Deshraj Karnwal, Sanjay Gupta, Rajkumar Thukral and others paid their tributes.

In view of the 2022 elections, the opposition will try its best to surround the government in the house. At the same time, the government has also made a strategy to respond to the issues raised by the opposition. This is Dhami's first assembly session as chief minister.

At the same time, as the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Banshidhar Bhagat has a big responsibility to present the side of the government in the House while this is also the first session for Pritam Singh as Leader of the Opposition. The pros and cons will be seen in a new style in the house. Before election it is believed to be the last session of the present government.

The opposition has the last chance to lay siege to the government in the House on issues related to Devasthanam Board, Covid investigation fraud, inflation, unemployment and other issues whereas the ruling party has also made preparations to answer every question of the opposition. For the session, 788 questions have been received from the MLAs.

30 MLAs joined video conferencing

Arrangements have been made for 40 MLAs to sit in the house following the Covid protocol while 30 MLAs are sitting in room number 107 of Prakash Pant Bhavan from where they are joining the proceedings of the House through video conferencing.