October 7, 2022

Now the Punjab Assembly session has been convened on September 27, read the complete updates so far here

There are speculations that the state government may bring a motion to prove majority in the House to protest against the BJP’s alleged attempt to buy AAP MLAs.

Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann

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of Punjab Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) The government has decided to convene a session on Thursday, September 27, after the Governor barred it from calling a special session of the Legislative Assembly for a vote of confidence. The state government will approach the Supreme Court with Raj Bhavan’s action. Your legislators Punjab Legislative Assembly On Thursday, a protest march was taken out to protest the withdrawal of the decision to cancel the special session

Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann Said that the Assembly session will be held on September 27. He said that issues like electricity supply and straw burning will be discussed in this session. There are speculations that the state government may bring a motion to prove majority in the House to protest against the BJP’s alleged attempt to buy AAP MLAs.

What action will be taken at home is not decided

When Finance Minister Harpal Singh Cheema When asked about this, he did not give a direct answer but said that the business advisory committee of the parliament will decide what to do that day. Cheema also asked why the Governor preferred the Additional Solicitor General of India over the State Advocate General for legal opinion on the matter.

He said it was a dark day the governor Pass this order. He gave the order on the advice of the Additional Solicitor General of India, who is a former BJP MP. Earlier, AAP leaders protested holding placards with slogans like Stop Killing Democracy and Operation Lotus Murdabad.

Allegations of collusion against Congress-BJP

event Congress And Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) colluding and working together to not allow a special session of the Legislative Assembly in the state. The MLAs, however, were barred from heading towards the Governor’s residence. Police barricaded within a radius of about one kilometer from the Assembly premises.

BJP also protested against CM Mann

BJP Man also held a stand against the government. BJP workers and leaders planned to lay siege to Mann’s official residence, but the police prevented them from proceeding that way and used water cannons to disperse them. Police state BJP chief Md Ashwini Sharma And Sunil Zakhar Some party leaders were also detained for some time. The BJP has accused the AAP government of failing on all fronts and diverting people’s attention from issues.

Supreme Court verdict

Earlier in the day, the state cabinet decided that the government would oppose cancellation of the governor’s session. Supreme Court Ahead of the Cabinet meeting, CM Mann held a meeting with all AAP MLAs at the Assembly premises here to chalk out the party’s strategy. After the meeting, Mann said in a video message, “The cabinet meeting was held here today in which it was unanimously decided that the assembly session will be held on September 27.”

He said that issues like electricity supply and straw burning will be discussed in this session. Mann later said in a statement that the state government would approach the Supreme Court against the arbitrary and undemocratic decision of the governor to protect the democratic rights of the people and the federal rights of the states. The Chief Minister also targeted the Congress by accusing the BJP of supporting Operation Lotus.

Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann Ironically, the biggest victim of such undemocratic activities is the Congress itself, standing with the BJP. He alleged that the Congress, the Shiromani Akali Dal and the BJP have stood together in this dastardly move, which is aimed at toppling the democratically elected government.

Akali leaders also demanded an inquiry

Meanwhile, the Akali leaders Vikram Singh Majithia The AAP has requested the Punjab governor to be probed by a sitting judge of the Supreme Court or High Court into allegations of paying money to MLAs. He said the probe should make it clear whether any BJP leader or any intermediary offered Rs 25 crore to AAP MLAs to switch sides. The former minister said, if that is the case, action should be taken.

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