Gandhinagar: Due to the agitation of candidates in Bin Sachivalay examination, the session of Gujarat assembly which is being started today is facing the prospect of becoming temporary. In the wake of the student movement, the government has also ordered a SIT investigation . But the students are demanding to cancel the exam.
Trilateral session of Gujarat Legislative Assembly will start from today. To extend the days of this session, Congress has also demanded a working advisory committee. During the session, the Congress has devised a strategy to appease the government. The Congress will take up the issue of Bin Sachivalay clerk examination, raising issues including crop insurance and inflation.
The Chief Minister will present a condolences. Then another meeting will be held. Question period will also be held during all three days.Congress has declared support for the student movement and organized assembly march for malpractices in Bin Sachivalay Exams. In addition, Congress will also raise the issue of malpractices in the assembly.The working committee meeting was held on Saturday before the state assembly session began. In which the Congress has also sought to extend the term of the Legislative Assembly.
In the wake of the unfortunate incident in the state, Congress will surround the government. The rains in Rajkot, Vadodara, Surat and Ahmedabad has caused the loss of crops. The Congress is planning to surround the government on this issue. They are raise the issue of crop insurance for the farmers.
On the first day, a tribute will be given to Dilip Parikh
A tribute will be paid to former Chief Minister Dilip Parikh on the first day of the session. The next day the meeting will propose to celebrate November 26 as Constitution Day.
Rupani government will introduce these bills
The three-day winter session started today will introduce up to eight government bills including Gujarat Goods and Services Tax Reform Bill, Gujarat Land Revenue Third Amendment Bill, Gujarat Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Entrepreneurship Reform Bill, Gujarat Electricity Charges Secondary Business Development Bill and Gujarat Educational Reform Bill, Includes an update bill. In addition, the Statue of Unity Area Development and Tourism Governance Bill will also be introduced.
Tight arrangement of police
6 SP, 25 DYSP, and more than 1500 police personnel have been deployed. Gandhinagar SP Mayur Chavda said that some anti-social elements had come to Gandhinagar last evening and they have been taken into custody. And keeping in view the safety of the people, a police chalk has been made.