Uttar Pradesh: Congress MLAs Sat outside the Assembly before the Session in Lucknow

The special session of the Uttar Pradesh Legislature is going to start today. Before the session, Congress MLAs staged a sit-in outside the state assembly in protest against the Lakhimpur Kheri incident
Uttar Pradesh: Congress MLAs Sat outside the Assembly before the Session in Lucknow
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The special session of the Uttar Pradesh Legislature is going to start today. Before the session, Congress MLAs staged a sit-in outside the state assembly in protest against the Lakhimpur Kheri incident. Apart from this, SP and Congress MLAs also protested against the Yogi government of the state regarding inflation and law and order.

These issues will be discussed

In fact, the special session of the state legislature is going to start today. According to the information received, there will be a special discussion on different aspects related to the freedom struggle in this session. Also, members of the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council will attend this special joint session.

Politics on the selection of deputy speaker

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Political agitation has intensified in the state regarding the upcoming assembly elections. However, in such a situation, political experts claim that the Yogi government wants to show its power and status in the selection of a Deputy Speaker. Therefore, this election is no less than a big tournament for CM Yogi Adityanath himself. At the same time, for the post of deputy speaker, BJP has made Nitin Agrawal, who won in the year 2017 on SP ticket.

Emphasis on making Nitin Agrawal Deputy speaker

Actually, Nitin Agrawal is a rebel MLA of SP. He has raised questions on the Samajwadi Party on many occasions. In such a situation, CM Yogi Adityanath wants to make Nitin Agrawal, who won on SP ticket, the deputy speaker. UP assembly deputy speaker election is going to be held today. For this, the Yogi government has called a special session of the assembly for six hours. BJP has chosen Nitin Agrawal as the deputy speaker.

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