Mamata Banerjee West Bengal Assembly passed a Resolution

Mamata Banerjee West Bengal Assembly passed a Resolution 

Mamata Banerjee West Bengal Assembly passed a Resolution

On Tuesday, the West Bengal Legislative Assembly passed a resolution supporting the report of a preparatory committee in favor of forming the Legislative Assembly amid opposition from the BJP, which claimed that the council was being formed to get Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to become a member of the Legislative Assembly. Absence of by-elections. Resolution – ‘Consideration of consideration of the report of the Ad Hoc Committee to examine the recommendations for the formation of the Legislative Assembly’ – Perth Chatterjee, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, was removed under Rule 169 of the Code of Conduct for Homelessness. Voting was properly conducted, with 196 of the 265 members in the House present and 69 in favor of forming a council.



 

Banerjee spoke of forming a legislature in Bengal and the promise of just-concluded state elections formed part of the TMC manifesto. Opposing the proposal, the BJP legislature party argued that the purpose of the proposal was to follow “behind-the-scenes politics” to help party leaders get elected to parliament despite losing the assembly polls. State treasury. Most states either do not have higher houses or have already canceled them. The real reason behind the TMC’s plan is to ensure that leaders who have failed to win the Assembly elections have access. “On the one hand, the state is saying that it does not have the funds, but the formation of this assembly will put an additional pressure of Rs 90-100 crore every year,” Leader of the Opposition Suvendu Adhikari told PTI. Adhikari defeated Mamata Banerjee in the high-profile Nandigram constituency and will have to become an MLA within the next six months.

Speaking to reporters later, Adhikari said the ruling TMC had bulldozed the proposal using its brutal majority” but won in broad daylight, saying “all steps will be taken to ensure that the saffron party has a majority in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.” Don’t mind. We will see how it is passed in both the Houses of Parliament, he said. Adhikari pointed out that from 1952 to 1969 when the Legislative Assembly was sitting in the State Legislative Assembly, there were only two of the 436 bills passed during that period. There is a representation of people from different walks of life and eminent personalities, and people from different walks of life are involved in the decision-making process, he said. Should stop and then give the speech to someone else. Secondly, financial constraints can never be an obstacle to development in a democracy and can weigh all the questions related to financial constraints,” Chatterjee later told reporters.



 

Asked about the threat posed by the authorities, the proposal to form the Legislative Assembly would not be accepted. See the light of day in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. We have done our job now “the people will decide,” he said. Responding to the BJP, ISF MLA Nowshad Siddiqui alone opposed the proposal by putting “pressure” on the state’s treasury. The TMC government had earlier proposed in the state assembly to form a legislature after coming to power in 2011. However, the proposal was accepted, and a committee was formed. The committee gave its report, and it was decided that a decision would be taken to form the Legislative Assembly. But, for unknown reasons, the resolution was never adopted. The West Bengal Legislative Assembly was established in 1952 and was abolished in 1969 during the United Front government.

Now, the proposal will need to be approved by the governor and then a bill will have to be passed in parliament. Following which it must be sent to the President for approval so that a Legislative Assembly can be formed. There are currently six state legislatures, namely Maharashtra, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Bihar.

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