Akhtarul Imam, the Kishanganj’s Amour MLA, reportedly refused to read the word ‘Hindustan’, written in his oath paper in Urdu and insisted to replace it by ‘Bharat’.
Eight ministers were among those who were administered the oath at a ceremony conducted at the central hall of the legislature building with strict adherence to COVID-19 norms
Nothing was discussed on Alagiri. Leaders discussed only the campaign schedule and how to tackle the hurdles put by the state govt for our campaign, a DMK source privy to Monday's meeting said.
AIMIM state president Akhtarul Iman was stormed by journalists who wanted to know why he had an objection to 'Hindustan' which is used by people of the country.
Fadnavis said that projects like the water grid and city water pipeline aimed at developing Marathwada were in coma under the current regime.
According to the schedule read out by Manjhi, the newly elected members will be sworn in on the first two days of the session, on November 23 and 24.
In order to combat COVID-19 spread, physical distancing would be maintained in the sitting arrangements of legislators and wearing masks has been made compulsory for those attending the session.
Amit Shah left Chennai on Sunday, after holding a series of meetings with the core committee of the state BJP unit and senior RSS functionaries.
The proceedings of the House had to be adjourned several times by Speaker Surjya Narayan Patro during both pre and post lunch sessions as the members rushed into the well shouting slogans.
Speaking to mediapersons, Patra said he would fight till the guilty were punished and the family got justice.
Amit Shah takes a jibe at the Opposition; says only ‘democratic forces’ will prevail
AAP spokesman Susheel Khatri said his party will contest all 70 seats in Uttarakhand and will form the government.
Finance Minister Niranjan Pujari said the provisions include Rs 2,273 crore for administrative expenditure, Rs 7,438 crore for programme expenditure and Rs 1,484 crore for disaster management funds.
It further said, “Needless to mention here that the replies to Parliament/assembly questions and other parliamentary business needs to be done in a time bound and efficient manner.
“The Air Quality Commission has accepted the proposal to meet the representatives of the Delhi Assembly panel for the environment this Monday.