The very first day of the Assembly Session in Uttar Pradesh witnessed chaos and ruckus after members of the Samajwadi Party protested against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Stormy start to UP Assembly session; paper balls thrown at podium; governor’s address drowned in din created by opposition.
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Quoting decorating law and order in the state, opposition members protested governor’s speech and threw papers on the Governor during his address.
The entire incident was broadcasted live on the first day of its broadcast. For the first time the proceedings of the UP assembly have been telecasted live on Television starting Monday.
After the BJP came to power in the state, a decision was taken to telecast live the proceedings of the House so that people could benefit.
“Sara Uttar Pradesh dekh raha hai aap ko (the entire Uttar Pradesh is watching you),” a visibly annoyed governor told the shouting members, who kept throwing papers at the podium and creating din.
The opposition SP and BSP have decided to take on the Yogi Adityanath government on the law and order front
The newly elected 17th legislative assembly of Uttar Pradesh convened for passage of the crucial UP GST bill.
The GST Bill has already been cleared by the Parliament and now requires nod of the states to notify rule and regulations by the respective state governments for its pan-India implementation from July this year.
After getting the top post of UP, the 21st CM of the state had vowed to take stringent steps in improving the law and order in the state, saying, there would be no leniency shown towards it. There was an uproar created in the assembly during the speech of the Governor.