MP Assembly Session: In the budget session of MP Assembly, Congress members attacked the government’s silence over the direct bus accident. Home Minister Narottam Mishra raised the issue of Nathuram Godse supporter Babulal Chaurasia.
At the same time, questions were asked in the Vidhan Sabha for the first time through video conferencing. MLA Narayan Singh Patta asked questions on the appointment of lecturer Ajay Sharma in Eklavya Adarsh Residential School, Sinjaura, in Mandla district of Video Conferencing.
In response to this, the Tribal Welfare Minister Meena Singh said that there is a stay of the High Court in the matter, so action has not been taken. He told that the government has put its side in the court regarding the stay. As soon as the court order comes, disciplinary action will be taken. It is important to note that MLA Narayan Singh is admitted to Patta Hospital due to unhealthy health.
Action should be taken on private schools that charge fees in the coronary
In the Legislative Assembly, the issue of charging arbitrary fees of private schools also arose. There was a demand to take action on such schools. MLA Bahadur Singh said that the officials who must have given a report to the government to set up the school near the petrol pump should be suspended. Many more MLAs also supported Bahadur Singh on the issue of fees.
PM Modi gave positive message by getting vaccinated
At the same time, the Home Minister also gave views on vaccination. Minister Narottam Mishra said- PM Modi has given a positive message today by getting the vaccination done. All members in the House should be requested that MLAs above 60 years of age get vaccinated. All legislators whose age is above 60 years were asked for vaccination. Here the Congress said that vaccination should be free.
Questions raised on a direct bus accident
The issue of direct bus accident was also raised in the assembly. An adjournment motion was brought and debated on the matter. Former minister Kamleshwar Patel blamed government negligence for the accident. In this regard, Minister Vijay Shah and Pradyuman Singh Tomar also hit back at Kamleshwar Patel. Kamleshwar Patel said – If the Chief Minister bites a mosquito, the officer is suspended in the morning. But the officials who were jammed, made the examination center away, so far no action has been taken on them. On this, Narottam Mishra said that thousands of people died in the gas scandal when he did not ask for resignation. Today we are asking for resignation Did not get a job for 15 months, if we are giving job then we are raising questions. If there is any fact on the opposition, then put it on the table.