17 Mar 2023

Delhi Assembly Budget Session From Today Likely To Be Very Stormy; BJP To Surround AAP Govt On These Issues; Will Bring No-Confidence

New Delhi: The budget session of the Delhi Assembly is starting from today. Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena will address the House on the first day, after which the budget will be presented on March 21. The session may continue for a week or more. The budget session is going to be very stormy.

Demand to extend session

The Delhi unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), during its Legislature Party meeting on Thursday, decided to bring a no-confidence motion during the Budget session of the Delhi Assembly. BJP MLAs have made preparations to surround the government on the issue of corruption. The party's legislators have given notice to discuss 10 issues of corruption and extend the session by 10 days.

Notices given on these issues

Among the subjects for which notices have been given include the serious problem of air pollution, water supply, transport system, non-opening of new schools and colleges, rationing system.

Ninth consecutive budget of AAP

This will be the ninth consecutive budget of the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi, but for the first time, instead of Manish Sisodia, Kailash Gehlot will be presenting the government's budget as the Finance Minister. 

For first time Sisodia will not present budget

Earlier, all the eight budgets of the Delhi government were presented by former Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. At that time he was also in charge of the Finance Department, but he resigned after being arrested on charges of corruption in the Excise Policy, after which Minister Kailash Gehlot was given the charge of the Finance Department.

Meeting of the BJP Legislature Party

Leader of Opposition Ramveer Singh Bidhuri called a meeting of the BJP Legislature Party on Thursday. MLAs Mohan Singh Bisht, Vijender Gupta, Omprakash Sharma, Jitendra Mahajan, Anil Vajpayee, Abhay Verma and Ajay Mahawar participated in it. 

'Govt has no moral or constitutional right to be in office'

The meeting, chaired by Leader of Opposition Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, was attended by the 8 BJP MLAs, including himself. A statement issued by the BJP said two ministers of the Kejriwal government are behind bars and the government is accused of many scams. In such a situation, this government has no moral or constitutional right to be in office. Therefore a no-confidence motion is being brought against the government.

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