Congress Chief Whip Bharat Bhushan Batra has asked the party MLAs to be present in the house by issuing the whip and to support the no-confidence motion against the state government.
Let us know that the budget session of Haryana Legislative Assembly is starting from Friday, which is expected to be ruckus. With regard to law and order and the new agricultural laws at the Center, the Congress is preparing to surround the ruling BJP-JJP coalition government. At the same time, the government is ready to bring a potentially controversial ‘anti-conversion’ law. The session will begin with the address of Governor Satyadev Narayan Arya. Khattar will present the budget on March 10. He is also with the Finance Ministry.
Congress will bring no-confidence motion: HoodaLeader of the Opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda has announced that the Congress will bring a no-confidence motion against the government. He claimed that the Bharatiya Janata Party-Jananayak Janata Party coalition government has failed on all fronts. But the opposition party will focus on the issue of farmers. He claims that the no-confidence motion will make it clear who is with the farmers. Thousands of farmers have been protesting against the new agricultural laws for more than three months on the borders of Delhi.
Preparations to surround the Khattar government
Khattar said his government had a majority in the House and termed the proposed no-confidence motion as an attempt by the opposition to indicate its importance.
Last year, the Special Investigation Team has submitted its report on the fake liquor scandal and the Chief Minister has constituted a member committee of the Chief Secretary on this, but the Congress is preparing to surround the government on this scandal, which killed 40 people. Went.
Tug of war on Director General of Police
Opposition will surround the government on unemployment, law and order and prices of kitchen fuel and other essential goods. The tug of war between Khattar and Home Minister Anil Vij over the tenure of Director General of Police Manoj Yadav has also given the Congress a weapon against the government. The Home Minister wants Yadav to move away, while Khattar wants an extension in his tenure.
Vij has said that during the session, a bill will be brought in the House against conversion by force or fraud. The government will bring another bill, in which the damage to private and public property will be compensated by rioters and protesters.
The state government will also highlight the “doubling increase” in gross state domestic product (GSDP) from 2014-15. The term of the Congress government in the state ended in 2015-15 itself.