Communist Party of India Floor Leader G Mallesh on Thursday demanded that the State Government take steps to discuss public issues in the Legislative Assembly instead of wasting precious time of the House.
Talking to media persons at Assembly media point, G Mallesh came down heavily on the ruling party for adopting adamant attitude with opposition parties on various issues and forcing Speaker Nadendla Manohar to adjourn the House frequently. He said that the government should give clarity on various adjournment motions introduced by the opposition parties and help the Speaker run the House smoothly.
If the government makes its stand clear on Telangana resolution and liquor syndicates issue, the opposition would cooperate with the government in running the House, Mallesh said.
Stating that the House has already wasted three days of precious time, he said at least now the government should focus its attention on public issues.
CPI MLA G Sambasiva Rao took serious note on misuse of Assembly session for their political purposes by both Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and Pradesh Congress Committee president Botsa Satyanarayana. He alleged that Chief Minister was using ACB report on liquor syndicate to check the PCC president. He also alleged that the Chief Minister was resorting to black mail tactics using the ACB report as tool against his Ministers.
Fearing collapse of his government, he said that the Chief Minister was indirectly supporting his MLAs for adjournment of House. If the Chief Minister was committed to end corruption, he asked Kiran Kumar Reddy to act impartially and take severe action against the ministers who were found involved in the liquor scam.
Mallesh appealed to the Speaker to provide equal opportunity for all elected representatives to discuss people’s problems in the House and take steps for the smooth conduct of business in the House. (INN)
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