Assembly sine die: Narasingha slams Naveen for holding Opp responsible

Bhubaneswar, December 6: Leader of Opposition in Odisha
Assembly on Saturday came down heavily on Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik for
holding Opposition for disrupting proceedings of the House and said adjournment
of the winter session of the House sine die ahead of schedule was the game plan
of the former.   
“It is very unfortunate to hear the statement of the CM that
due to continuous disturbances by the Opposition the proceedings of the House
were disrupted and many serious topics relating to welfare of the State could
not be discussed. But the fact is that the adjournment of the House sine die was
the game plan of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to avoid discussion on chit fund
scam before the session started and Speaker Niranjan Pujari also cooperated in
this,” alleged Mishra.
He further charged that while Government Chief Whip brought
a motion to sine die the House citing that no more business was left for
discussion, the CM outside the House said many serious issues could not be
discussed for the Opposition’s disruptions which exposed the real face of the
Lashing out at the ruling party for its “dictatorship”,
Mishra said, “The Treasury Bench members disrupted nine days of the total 14
days the House met. Then, on what morality the Chief Minister is raising finger
at the Opposition?”
The Opposition had given adjournment motions on land and
mining scams and moved motions on the chit fund scam and unemployment problem.
But on all these days, it was the BJD members who rushed to the Well of the
House first.
He also targeted the Speaker and said the latter on many
occasions even did not look at him when he stood to speak something.

Opposition Chief Whip in the Assembly Tara Prasad Bahinipati
and MLAs Chiranjibi Biswal, Prafulla Majhi, Prakash Behera, Ansuman Mohanty and
Debendra Sharma were present at the Press meet.

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