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Kamal Nath resigns; No floor test

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Bhopal: The special Madhya Pradesh Assembly session that began at 2 pm in the state capital today to have a floor test for Kamal Nath to prove his majority on the orders of the Supreme Court was a tame affair as the Speaker NP Prajapati steered the session as it convened by announcing that there is no need for a floor test as Kamal Nath has tendered his Government’s resignation.

The path is now clear for the BJP to form the next government in the central Indian State of Madhya Pradesh

There was total absense of Congress MLAs from the House while the BJP legislators, who were in a jubilant mood, were present in full strength.

At about 3 pm, the BJP legislator party began it’s meeting at the State BJP headquarters here to election the leader.

MP Assembly pays glowing tributes to Manohar Parrikar

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Bhopal: The monsoon session of Madhya Pradesh Assembly began on Monday, 8 July 2019, with the House paying tributes to departed leaders and two CRPF personnel, who sacrificed their life for the nation. The House maintained a two-minute silence and was then adjourned for the day.

The Congress Government will present the State Budget for the financial year 2019-20 on Wednesday, 10 July 2019 and the current Session will continue till July 26.

During this session, the Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party will be cornering the government on issues like farmer’s debt, transfer industry and the rising graph of unscheduled power cuts.

Manohar Parrikar

When the House assembled for the opening day of the monsoon session, Assembly Speaker Narmada Prasad Prajapati offered his tributes to former Goa Chief Minister and India’s Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, Vimla Varma, Shivnarayan Meena, Sunderlal Tiwari, Gangabai Uraiti, Vijay Kumar Patni, Satish Kumar Chauhan, Meera Dhurve, Balram singh Thakur, all former MLAs and two CRPF personnel, Harish Chandra Pal and Sandeep Yadav. Pal, a CRPF jawan from Bhopal died fighting the maoists in Chhattisgarh’s Dhamtari district in April, and Sandeep Yadav, hailing from Dewas district died in a terror attack in Jammu-Kashmir’s Anantnag district in June this year.

Tributes were also offered by Chief Minister Kamal Nath, former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Gopal Bhargava, the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly.



Monsoon session of MP Assembly begins, Congress ready to target Government on corruption

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mp assemblyBhopal: On the opening day of the monsoon session Madhya Pradesh Assembly Wednesday paid tributes to the departed souls and the House was adjourned till wednesday

The House, which will not be in session tomorrow due to GuruPurnima, will assemble again on Wednesday and the proceedings will continue till July 29.

Congress MLA Jaivardhan Singh told media-persons that hyis party MLAs would be raising the issue of floods in Bhopal and other parts of the State and the Nutri-agro scam in the Assembly. The Opposition is also going to raise the issue of corruption during the just concluded Simhasth festival at Ujjain and how the farmers have been deprived of the benefit of the crop insurance scheme.

Eight adjournment, 133 call attention, 39 non-official resolutions are lined up for the monosson session of the State Assembly.

MP Assembly adjourned for the second consecutive day on VYAPAM issue

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Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Assembly was adjourned for the second day in a row on Tuesday as the main opposition Congress MLAs demanded Srate Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s resignation on the VYAPAM issue and  continued to raise slogans in the well of the House.
The Congress legilators were unrelenting on the issue of VYAPAM scam which relates to massive irregularities in medical admissions and recruitment of government staff by State Professional Examination Board. They did not allow the question hour to proceed. As many congress MLAs were protesting in the well, the Speaker was twice forced to adjourn the House – once briefly and then for an hour. When the House reassembled after the second adjournment, the speaker rushed through the listed business. He then adjourned the House for the day but not before a resolution to censure the Congress, moved by Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Narottam Mishra, was passed by voice vote.