Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar (file photo).
The winter session of the Haryana Vidhansabha will begin from December 17. This decision was taken in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday. According to the work, the duration of the session has been proposed for three days. The final seal on the period will be taken in the meeting of the Business Advisory Committee before the commencement of the session. Speaker, Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister, Leader of Opposition, Parliamentary Affairs Minister and other members will be involved in this.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kanwar Pal gave this information in a press conference after the cabinet meeting. He said that the government has proposed a period of three days for the session as per the work fixed at present. The Assembly Secretariat will be informed about this through a letter. The speaker will then seek permission from the governor to convene the session. In the presence of the opposition in the meeting of the Business Advisory Committee, the duration of the session will be stamped on December 17 only. Other decisions have also been taken in the cabinet meeting.
Congress on mess in jobs
In Haryana, the opposition parties have started the siege of the government over the ongoing mess in jobs. Congress, INLD AAP leaders are continuously attacking the government one after the other. Now Congress National General Secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala has raised questions on the statement of CM Manohar Lal and the investigation of Vigilance. Surjewala alleges that Vigilance has written in the court that money has been recovered from HCS Anil Nagar from his office, while the Chief Minister is saying that money has not been received from HPSC office. Nagar’s lawyer has also been saying something similar. In such a situation, instead of investigating in this whole case, preparations are on to save the accused.
Education Minister Kanwarpal Gurjar said that Haryana government is providing jobs without slip and without cost. The corrupt will never be spared. The previous governments may not have taken any action against those who do corruption in the name of jobs, but their government is taking the strictest action against such people. Our government has increased transparency in the matter of jobs, which is causing problems to the opposition parties.
Surjewala made allegations
Surjewala said that at the behest of the government, the Vigilance placed weak facts in the court, on the basis of which the remand of the accused could not be obtained and they were sent to judicial custody. Surjewala said that the way laxity is being done in this case, it seems that the accused will get bail soon. The Congress leader also alleged that this matter is not limited to Nagar only, high level leaders and officials are involved in it, so the whole process is going on to save them.
He said that the Chief Minister should make it clear whether he is with the touts or with the youth of Haryana. Giving examples, Surjewala said that even before this, in the cash for jab case of 2018, the government has done this and the High Court has reprimanded the police for not conducting the investigation properly. Every time the government is suppressing the cases, but the Congress continued to demand a high-level inquiry into the matter. The case should not be headed by the CBI but headed by the Chief Justice of the High Court. Responding to a question, Surjewala claimed that rigging has happened on a large scale and in many recruitments, but the government is now bent on proving it as a small case.
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