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Rajasthan session likely to be stormy

first_imgThe Rajasthan Assembly’s Budget session, beginning here on Thursday in the shadow of a violent clash between the police and a ruling Bharatiya Janata Party MLA in Kota, is likely to be stormy with the Opposition Congress planning to a raise the issues of power tariff, Gujjar reservation and agrarian crisis on which it has accused the State government of having utterly failed.The BJP government may find it difficult to tackle the dispute involving some police officers and Ramganj Mandi MLA Chandrakanta Meghwal, whose husband allegedly slapped a Circle Inspector on Monday. Even as resentment in the police cadre was growing with the staff in several districts boycotting the mess at police stations, Congress MLAs are likely to corner the government with tough questions.Despite the recent rollback of agricultural power tariff hike, the CPI(M)-backed All India Kisan Sabha has announced its plans to organise a march of farmers and agricultural labourers to Jaipur during the Budget session to highlight agricultural distress. The farmers’ protest is likely to resonate inside the House as well.The State government will face tough questions on the reservation for Special Backward Classes, including Gujjars, being held up in legal quagmire after the High Court struck down the legislation enacted for the quota and the Supreme Court directed the State government not to make any fresh appointments in the SBC category. Gujjar MLAs across the political spectrum feel strongly about the matter.The Congress, which held its Legislature Party meeting at the residence of Leader of Opposition Rameshwar Dudi on Wednesday evening, accused the ruling BJP of neglecting the interests of farmers, youths, women, Dalits, minorities and small businessmen. Mr. Dudi said the investors had stayed away from the State despite signing MoUs worth crores of rupees because of “widespread corruption”.Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, addressing the BJP Legislature Party meeting here on Tuesday, asked the treasury MLAs to remain united, ensure their maximum presence in the House and raise the issues of public interest. “You should talk about works done by the State government and expose the Opposition which has been making bogus allegations,” she said.Internal disputes of BJP may also get reflected during the Assembly proceedings, as several party MLAs have bluntly criticised the state of affairs in the government during the past few months. Dissident BJP leader Ghanshyam Tiwari has reportedly submitted more than 100 questions to keep the Ministers on their toes.last_img

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