The opposition will bring an effective bill on land law and Devasthanam board
The Congress is in the mood for an all-out fight over the opposition land law and the Devasthanam Board. They have made a strategy to surround the government on these issues
In Uttarakhand, Congress is in the mood for a one-sided fight over the land law and the Devasthanam Board. To surround the government, the main opposition party is bringing an effective bill on both these issues in the monsoon session. In the meeting of the Business Advisory Committee on Thursday, Congress made its stand clear in this regard. A meeting of the leaders of the Legislature Party and the Business Advisory Committee was held on Thursday under the chairmanship of Premchand Agrawal.
In the business advisory committee meeting, the opposition expressed its intention to bring two effective bills. The party will lay two effective bills, the Uttarakhand (Uttar Pradesh Zamindari Annihilation and Land Settlement Act, 1950) (Amendment) Bill, 2021 and the Uttarakhand Char Dham Devasthanam Management (Repeal) Bill, 2021 on the floor of the House.In the meeting, the Speaker proposed to hold a discussion on the Sustainable Development Goal for the development of the state for one day during the session.
The members of the ruling party and the opposition included in the committee agreed to this proposal.The duration of the House for this discussion has been extended by one day and fixed on August 28.
19 MLAs put 784 questions
The Speaker of the Assembly said that 784 questions of 19 MLAs have been received by the Assembly. The Assembly has so far received two bills, the IMS Unison University (Amendment) Bill and the DIT University (Amendment) Bill, will be laid on the Table of the House during the session.
Tribute to the departed leaders on the first day
It was told that on the first day of the Monsoon session of the Legislative Assembly on August 23, tributes will be paid to late former MLAs Amrish Kumar, former Education Minister Narendra Singh Bhandari and former MLA Bachi Singh Rawat, including Leader of Opposition Indira Hridayesh and Gangotri MLA Gopal Rawat. The Advisory Committee will meet again on August 23 to conduct the next working days of the Vidhan Sabha. In the meeting of party leaders, the opposition also assured cooperation in running the house smoothly.
The Speaker said that all the members have to participate in the proceedings of the house following the Covid-19 security protocol. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Banshidhar Bhagat, Leader of Opposition Pritam Singh, MLA Khajan Das, Deputy Leader of Opposition Karan Mahra, Secretary in-charge of the Assembly Mukesh Singhal, Legislative Secretary Hira Singh Bonal, Under Secretary Narendra Rawat and many officials were present in the meeting.