3 Mar 2023

MP Budget Session: Uproar Over Jitu Patwari's Suspension; House Adjourned Till March 13

Bhopal: Unprecedented uproar took place in the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly on the fifth day of the budget session. The Congress, which brought a no-confidence motion against the Speaker in the House, created a ruckus on this issue. 

In fact, Assembly Speaker Girish Gautam had recently suspended Congress MLA and former minister Jitu Patwari for the remaining days of the budget session. This has angered the Congress. Opposition MLAs created a ruckus inside and outside the House, due to which the Speaker adjourned the proceedings of the House till March 13. Earlier, in view of the possibility of uproar, the media was banned in the assembly on Friday, although this ban was later lifted.

No confidence motion against speaker

Congress MLAs created ruckus in the Assembly, accusing Speaker Girish Gautam of being biased and moved a no-confidence motion against him. The opposition surrounded the Chair and shouted slogans. Not only this, the Congress MLAs raised slogans against Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra and also against the BJP government.

In the notice of no-confidence motion presented by the Congress, it has been alleged that the Speaker has suspended the Congress MLA acting under the pressure of the ruling party. Congress MLA Jitu Patwari has been suspended for the entire budget session in a dictatorial manner without any reason.

On the other hand, former minister and Congress MLA Sajjan Singh Verma said that he knows all the rules and procedures, this very unfortunate decision when no-confidence motion is brought against the Speaker himself. But after sitting on the seat, the Speaker should act impartially and on the basis of ethics, take decisions.

BJP bent upon dictatorship

Significantly, senior opposition MLA Bala Bachchan said that BJP is bent on dictatorship. Taking unilateral action, Congress MLA Jitu Patwari was suspended. We brought the no-confidence motion. BJP kept running, ran away from discussion. BJP is responsible for the uproar in the House.

Cong MLAs violated decorum: Sisodia

Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mahendra Singh Sisodia said that the leaders of the Congress party have violated the decorum of the House and torn the book of the Constitution of the Legislative Assembly. Due to the uproar by the MLAs of the Congress party, the issues of the public could not be discussed. 

Senior BJP MLA Yashpal Singh Sisodia said that the Congress party comes to the House only to create ruckus, the students who had come to learn and know the proceedings of the House. What ruckus are we teaching them. It has to be understood that the language of the leaders of the Congress party has come down to a low level. Public issues could not be raised

Narottam Mishra taunted

Meanwhile, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra taunted that Jitu Patwari has been isolated on the issue of no-confidence motion. Even State Congress President Kamal Nath did not consider it appropriate to put his signature in the notice. Not only this, more than half of the Congress MLAs did not sign this resolution. Jitu Patwari was left alone by the Congress MLAs themselves. 

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