Mumbai: The two-day Vidhan Sabha monsoon session has begun in Maharashtra. Meanwhile, as it was expected that there could be a lot of ruckus between the government and the opposition parties on many issues in the session. Exactly the same thing appeared to happen.
In fact, in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, Minister Chhagan Bhujbal proposed in the assembly regarding the political reservation of OBCs. It was also talked about that the central government should provide imperial data.
On the other hand, former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that asking for data from the Center is not going to solve the issue. The government is completely misleading. At the same time, such a picture was also seen during the session where BJP and government MLAs clashed in the Speaker’s cabin.
Session proceedings adjourned for 10 minutes
At the same time, when it came to the issue of OBC reservation, Bhaskar Jadhav (Shiv Sena) appeared on the chair of the president. In view of this uproar in the session, the proceedings of the session were adjourned for 10 minutes.
Noise, commotion, not the right way to surround the government: Sanjay Raut
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut had said about the session that if the opposition party BJP has the attention of the people of Maharashtra in mind, then they should participate peacefully in this session. Sanjay Raut, while talking to the media, said that the noise, hustle and bustle is not and will not be the right way to surround the government. By doing this, the problems of Kovid-19, vaccination, unemployment, economy will not be solved.
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