Consider letter as resignation if Centre fails to withdraw farm laws by Jan 26: Chautala to Haryana Speaker
Chautala slammed the Centre for imposing the "black laws" on farmers in an "undemocratic way" and said the farming community in the entire country is opposing these legislations.
The Himachal Pradesh assembly had last year passed a bill against conversion by force, inducement or through marriages solemnised for the "sole purpose" of adopting a new religion.
The bill was tabled by Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala in the state assembly.
A kit containing masks, gloves and sanitisers will also be provided at the seats to the legislators and every paper to be laid on the table of the House will go through sanitisation.
Notably, the Speaker has tested positive two days before the monsoon session of the Assembly starts in Chandigarh on August 26.
The announcement of the post-poll alliance was announced by Home Minister and BJP President Amit Shah at his residence in New Delhi.
Do women in politics get their fair share of credit? This question came to mind when the results of the Haryana assembly elections were coming in on Thursday.
After successfully decimating the opposition, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is taking aim at its allies, now that it has registered emphatic victories in two consecutive Lok Sabha polls.
By making Hooda the CLP chief, the party hopes to woo the Jat vote bank as he enjoys their support more than ex-CLP leader Kiran Chaudhary who is also a Jat.