HARYANA GOVERNOR REFUSING TO CONVENE ASSEMBLY SESSION TO HELP BJP

HARYANA GOVERNOR REFUSING TO CONVENE ASSEMBLY SESSION TO HELP BJP

Rahil Nora Chopra : After the seven out of 10 JJP MLAs have supported the farmers protest openly, former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda is hoping that BJP’s government will fall on its own. Dushyant Chautala’s unilateral style and tough talk have alienated his MLAs and he thinks they could leave regardless of whether they join Hooda or not. Dushyant however does not want to surrender the perks of office After all his family spent 16 years in the wilderness. Even grandfather Om Prakash and father Ajay have benefited from his stint in power, securing long paroles. Now Dushyant is banking on the Governor not calling an early assembly session for a no-confidence vote. While the Congress wants a special session of Haryana assembly to bring in a no-confidence motion against the BJP-JJP alliance government Governor Satyadeo Narain Arya is not giving the time to meet former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda. Hooda told the media after a Congress legislature Party meeting that farmers have been agitating for 36 days on Delhi border and in parts of the state and 42 protesters have died so far. “On 7th December, we wrote to the Governor urging him to summon a special session of Assembly but he has not accepted that demand till date.” “The Governor has refused to meet Congress MLAs without assigning any reason.”


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