Leaders of opposition parties are being harassed in UP, assembly begins

After the formation of Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh, the second session of the legislature started from today. Leaders of opposition parties are being harassed, it is alleged. It has become difficult for the public to collect bread for two times. Yogi government will be surrounded with these issues. At the same time, the Congress Legislature Party is accusing the government on the issue of inflation and law and order.

Leaders of opposition parties are being harassed in UP, assembly begins
Leaders of opposition parties are being harassed in UP, assembly begins

Monsoon session of Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha will prosper like Varish. The five-day session will last till 23. During this, the opposition parties are strongly laying siege to the government. After the meeting ended on the first day, the opposition parties have also taken up the issue of law and order. People have high expectations from this session.

After the gang rape of two girls in Lakhimpur Kheri, the issue of their murder is going to be important. Many questions will also be raised about the fire incident in Jadhani's Hotel Levana Suites.

The issue of farmers, the Yogi is surrounded by the damage caused to the crops due to drought and rain. Preparations have been made to surround the government on issues like inflation, unemployment. In this context, there is a possibility of ruckus during the session.

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav along with party MLAs and workers marched on foot from SP office towards Vidhan Bhavan. Akhilesh Yadav had reached the SP office at around quarter to 10 for the padyatra and other MLAs of the party have also reached the office. The SPs expressed their displeasure over the change of route. If it had to be stopped then why was the permission given yesterday. Expressed grief at the protest site itself. March is about issues like unemployment, inflation and law and order.

He also traveled to the Vidhan Bhavan. It was supposed to pass in front of Gandhiji's statue but was stopped by the police. During this, there were placards in the hands of the SP leaders. Unemployment, inflation, exploitation of women, poor law and order, injustice to farmers, youth, disturbances in the field of education, health, power crisis etc. have been mentioned.

What yogi say

As soon as the assembly session began, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that all issues are ready for discussion. Feel the strength to support all the works. A public representative should keep some basic things in mind to become a mass leader. Let us participate wholeheartedly in the Legislature. Be mindful of conduct and timing. All BJP members should be present in the house. Support all the work of the government and make your strong position felt.

Samajwadi Party is raising public problems. Vikramaditya Marg has been made a police cantonment even before the foot march of the Spaniards. Heavy force has been deployed by barricading. People's movement has been stopped. Akhilesh Yadav left on foot for Vidhan Bhavan.

The main opposition in this meeting is the SP. Along with the SP, the RLD is also demonstrating with its MLAs on the first day of the monsoon session. The government is failing on the issue of law and order. Crime is increasing continuously. The crime graph especially against women has increased.

 History will be made in the direction of women empowerment

For the first time in Uttar Pradesh, one day the proceedings of both the houses will be in the name of women MLAs. On September 22, the proceedings of both the houses will be reserved for women members. There are 47 women members in the Legislative Assembly and six in the Legislative Council. Women members should be presided. This will happen for the first time in the country when one day of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly will be in the name of women members.

Bill

In this session in the Vidhan Bhavan, the Yogi Adityanath government will bring a bill to replace several ordinances. The government is in absolute majority in the Legislative Council as well as in the Legislative Council. For this reason, the government will not face any problem in passing the bill.