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Haryana Congress MLAs walk out over debate on law and order issue

18 Haryana Congress MLAs had moved an adjournment motion on the issue, however, Speaker said it had been clubbed with the calling attention notice on the same matter Leader of Opposition and former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda asked the Speaker to review the decision and accept the Congress demand. The Speaker refused saying the debate would be held under the calling attention notice and assured that enough time would be given to the Congress to speak on the issue. At this, the Congress MLAs walked out of the House.

Opposition Congress MLAs walked out of the Haryana assembly on the opening day of the monsoon session, demanding a debate on the “deteriorating law and order” in the state.

Eighteen Congress legislators had moved an adjournment motion, however, Speaker Gian Chand Gupta said it had been clubbed with the calling attention notice on the same issue and said the debate would be held at length on the issue.

Leader of opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda asked the Speaker to review the decision and accept the Congress demand.

The Speaker refused saying the debate would be held under the calling attention notice and assured that enough time would be given to the Congress to speak on the issue. At this, the Congress MLAs walked out of the House.

At the root of adjournment motion Congress had moved were the recent death threats and extortion calls to four Haryana legislators and the killing of Tauru DSP Surender Singh by the mining mafia in Nuh district on July 19.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by GOVT.in staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)


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