Legislature Session of Karnataka to be shortened due to this reason!
Legislature Session of Karnataka to be shortened due to this reason!

Political scuffle is at rise in the state of Karnataka. After at least 100 members of Vidhana Soudha secretariat staff as well as ministers tested positive for the deadly coronavirus, the ruling party BJP and the opposition parties on Monday decided to shorten the ongoing eight days monsoon legislature session to six days. One of the main reasons for the opposition parties to agree to the ruling party's choice to reduce the session was enabling the parties to discuss six contentious bills of the 32 bills that the ruling party is intending to get approval from the House.

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Speaking to reporters in Bengaluru after the Business Advisory Committee (BAC) meeting headed by the Speaker Vishweshwara Hegde Kageri, Leader of Opposition Siddaramaiah stated, "The scenario is similar across the country. Every state legislature is cutting short its days. But, as the opposition parties we have held our ground, did not agree to the initial proposal of bringing down business days to three, instead we have succeeded in making them agree to continue this session till Saturday. We will take all contentious issues, which they have already promulgated through ordinances."

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The three days which the Opposition has allowed cutting short will be compensated by calling the house early at 10 am and dismissing the house late in the day till (7 or 7.30 pm), he added. Siddaramaiah further stated that the ruling party has not come to terms with the opposition parties regarding question hour discussions as the opposition parties want discussions on at least some questions if not all. "We will slowly resolve this as well," he said.

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