Bihar: Opposition MLAs did not attend the monsoon session, legislature proceedings adjourned indefinitely

Pankaj Prasad
Monsoon Session 2022
Monsoon Session 2022

On Thursday, before the lunch break in the Legislative Council, the proceedings of the House were adjourned indefinitely.

The monsoon session of the Bihar Legislature was adjourned indefinitely on Thursday. During this five-day session, opposition members in both houses did not participate in the proceedings of the house. The appeal of the Deputy Speaker on the last day of the session in the Assembly also did not affect the opposition members. In the army restoration, the opposition was adopting the attitude of protest against the Agneepath plan from day one, which continued till the last day. On Thursday, before the lunch break in the Legislative Council, the proceedings of the House were adjourned indefinitely. During this, the work could be done only for about 20 minutes and the proceedings had to be adjourned twice.

members of the opposition were absent

Making an emotional appeal, Deputy Speaker Maheshwar Hazari, sitting on the seat in the Assembly, said that for the first time in 15 months, he has got a chance to run the Question Hour. Let the question hour go on. Today is the last day of the House. At least let the Q&A period go on. Even on his appeal, the members of the opposition did not melt and kept on creating ruckus in the Well. After this he appealed to the members to go to his place. Asan will also listen to you. Even after the humiliation, when the members remained stuck in the ruckus and well, the Deputy Speaker of the Assembly adjourned the proceedings of the house till two o'clock in the afternoon after eight minutes. The business of the house took place in the afternoon, but the members of the opposition remained absent.

Not even 500 minutes of work in a session of 05 days

Assembly

827 questions were taken out of which 713 were accepted.

There were 46 short-listed questions, of which 45 were answered.

Out of 572 starred questions, 553 answers were received by the House.

81 cases came to the attention of which eight were approved.

Legislative Assembly

430 queries received

394 questions accepted

70 notices were called for attention, 34 were accepted

42 notifications received during Zero Hour, of which 37 were accepted

60 information received from the applicant