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Here in Delhi, opposition MPs were suspended and on the other hand in Ranchi, 3 BJP MLAs were punished, know the whole matter.

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Three BJP MLAs suspended.

Ranchi: There was a huge uproar in the Jharkhand Assembly on Tuesday. Three Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLAs were suspended for the remaining period of the winter session for disrupting the assembly proceedings. With this, he was thrown out of the House through Marshal. Other BJP MLAs walked out of the House against this action of the Assembly Speaker. Due to the uproar between the ruling party and the opposition, the proceedings of the House were adjourned. After this, when the proceedings resumed at 12.30 pm, BJP Chief Whip Biranchi Narayan, Whip JP Patel and MLA Bhanu Pratap Sahu came in front of the dais in support of their demands. Speaker Ravindra Nath Mahato said that the MLAs are creating disruption in the proceedings of the House. Let us tell you that 141 opposition MPs in Delhi are facing suspension and the work of the House is not running smoothly.

BJP opposed the suspension

“I suspend Biranchi Narayan and Bhanu Pratap Sahi from the current session,” Mahato said. Another MLA JP Patel was also suspended. Opposition leader Amar Bauri termed the action of the Assembly Speaker as dictatorship. Bauri said, “We were raising issues related to the youth of the state. But, the government has no answer. BJP protested against the suspension of MLAs. We are walking out.” After leaving the House, BJP MLAs staged a protest near the statue of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the Assembly premises. “This is vendetta politics,” Narayan said. He alleged that “when we demanded an adjournment motion on the employment issue, the Speaker suspended us. We were just raising our demand, but the Chief Minister We were suspended on instructions.”

Congress President defended the allegations

Meanwhile, Congress President Rajesh Thakur said, “This is not politics of revenge.” If this had happened then all the BJP MLAs would have been suspended. The Speaker took action as per the situation created by the BJP MLAs.” Later, a BJP delegation led by party state president Babulal Marandi and Bauri met Jharkhand Governor CP Radhakrishnan and submitted a memorandum to Chief Minister Hemant Soren. Demanded legal action against. Marandi said, “We informed the Governor about the deteriorating law and order situation in the state and increasing corruption. We also made him aware of how the Chief Minister is ignoring the law. Even after six summons from the Enforcement Directorate, he is avoiding questioning by the Central Investigation Agency. Therefore, we demanded legal action against the Chief Minister.”

Both ruling party and opposition created ruckus

He also criticized the suspension of three BJP MLAs by the Assembly Speaker. He said, “It seems that the Assembly Speaker had already made up his mind to suspend the BJP MLAs.” Earlier, Question Hour could not be held due to the uproar by the MLAs. The BJP-led opposition as well as the ruling party MLAs created a ruckus in the assembly with their respective demands. The House meeting started at around 11 am. The BJP raised the demand for approving the state’s employment policy and holding a debate on the issue in the House. BJP MLAs came in front of the podium raising slogans against the government. MLAs of the ruling coalition also reached there and demanded Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to bring a censure motion against the suspension of the members.

Demand from CM to give statement in the House

Responding to this, Leader of Opposition Bauri said that when he raised the issue of recovery of cash from premises linked to Congress MP Dheeraj Sahu, he was told that the matter was not related to the state assembly. He said how can they make such demands now. Bauri said that more than 18 thousand employees of Panchayat Secretariat and disabled youth are on the streets for employment. He said that ’employment is a sensitive issue and the Chief Minister should give his statement on it in the House.’

Supplementary budget passed by voice vote

Responding to this, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Alamgir Alam said that the youth movement is the result of the wrongdoings of the previous government. Alam said that “this government is sensitive and will find solutions to all the problems.” Minister Mithilesh Thakur said that BJP is trying to divert people’s attention from real issues. Later, after lunch break at around 2 pm, the proceedings of the House resumed and the supplementary budget presented on Monday was discussed in the absence of BJP MLAs. The House passed the supplementary budget of Rs 8,111.77 crore for the current financial year 2023-24 by voice vote.

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