Rajasthan monsoon session expected to be stormy
The monsoon session of Rajasthan assembly commencing Monday is likely to be stormy as the Opposition has chalked out a strategy to corner the government on issues like farmers loan waiver, poor state of law and order, and more importantly, a bill on amendment in Criminal Laws which makes public servants and judges immune to a probe for six months. A bill on giving reservation to five castes, including Gurjars, while increasing cap of OBC reservation to 26 from 21 per cent will be tabled in the same session too.
Opposition members, particularly of the Congress, are up in arms against the Raje government. To register their protest on the floor a meeting of legislative members has been scheduled just before the 9th session of the 14th assembly that begins at 11am on Monday. No business will be taken up on the first day of session due to obituaries to the leaders who passed away recently. MLA Kirti Kumari (Mandalgarh) and MPs Sanwer Lal Jat (Ajmer), Mahant Chandnath (Alwar) were sitting members who died of prolonged illness in the recent past.
From Tuesday, Congress will launch its attack on the state government on various issues.
“Our party has been demanding complete farm loan …read more