From today, the Monsoon session of the UP Legislative Assembly will begin, Akhilesh Yadav will reach on foot

Pankaj Prasad
Monsoon session of UP Legislative Assembly
Monsoon session of UP Legislative Assembly

There is a possibility of a lot of uproar in the monsoon session of the Legislative Assembly starting today in Uttar Pradesh.

The Monsoon session of the Legislative Assembly in Uttar Pradesh is going to start from today, but this is a time when the opposition is full of issues to surround the government. Whether it is a case of increasing crime in Lakhimpur Kheri or the loss of farmers due to floods. On the other hand, the Yogi government is preparing to get the approval of the House for many proposals in the session.

Deputy CM's big statement on SP's protest

In preparation to surround the government, SP supremo Akhilesh Yadav will take part in the legislature session today, marching on foot along with the party's MLAs. At the same time, on the opposition of SP, Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak says that, Samajwadi Party has nothing to do with UP now, the public has rejected them in 4 elections. They have entertained the goons, their march will not help them here.

Camp will be organized to investigate MLAs and MLCs

The monsoon session of the state legislature will start from Monday i.e. today, which will continue till 23 September. CM Yogi Adityanath will inaugurate a three-day health camp in the Vidhan Sabha at 10:30 am on the first day of the monsoon session. This camp will run from 9 am to 5 pm. The team of doctors will examine the MLAs and MLCs. This camp will be organized in the room number 48 of the Vidhan Sabha.

Speaker Satish Mahana held a meeting of the security committee before the monsoon session. During this, he took detailed information about the security arrangements. Before the start of the monsoon session, additional police force has been deployed at all the gates outside the assembly. Apart from this, checking has also been increased. On the other hand, on Sunday, CM Yogi assured all the members that the government would fully cooperate with them in the house.