The proceedings of the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly have been adjourned indefinitely. With this, the budget session has ended 6 days before the scheduled period. The budget was also passed in the House on Tuesday.
Earlier, there was a debate on the opposition’s no-confidence motion against Speaker Girish Gautam. Before the lunch break, the speaker gave the date of March 27 for the discussion on the no-confidence motion. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Narottam Mishra objected to this saying it was against the rules. Minister Narottam Mishra did not appear to agree with the Speaker when the proceedings of the House resumed. Said- No-confidence cannot come against the Speaker. I am proposing on behalf of the BJP that this no-confidence motion be rejected.
Former Speaker Sitasharan Sharma also said that if the resolution is against the rules, there cannot be any discussion on it. There cannot be discussion on the first day and the last day. In such a situation, the speaker got the members of the party and the opposition to say yes/no on the proposal of the BJP. BJP’s proposal was accepted. The budget was also passed. Congress MLAs walked out of the House. Earlier, the Congress staged a walkout regarding the Mhow incident.
Former Assembly Speaker NP Prajapati said that Parliamentary Affairs Minister Narottam Mishra lied in the House. We had given a resolution. Overall, they don’t have to run the house. Some excuse is needed.
Narottam’s planning was that CM’s speech could not be held
Congress MLA Sanjay Yadav said, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh was supposed to deliver his speech today, but Parliamentary Affairs Minister Narottam Mishra did not want the Chief Minister to deliver a speech here. That’s why he stood up and said – Now the demands will not be discussed, it is the second last day. That’s why we walked out and came out. We were wishing that the House should function on the 27th as well. MLA Sanjay Yadav alleged that Narottam ji’s planning was to kill democracy and even the Chief Minister’s speech could not be held.
No-confidence motion against president and vice president
After the Question Hour, Leader of the Opposition Dr Govind Singh had raised the issue of no-confidence motion against the speaker. In the House, he said- Congress MLAs put no-confidence motion. Decision must be made within 14 days.
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