Chandigarh (I-Haryana News): The ground for the First Political battle between Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda led Congress and main opposition party, Indian Lok Dal minus its Chief Mr. Om Prakash Chautala on Tuesday after Haryana Vidhan Sabha Speaker, Mr. Kuldeep Sharma Admitted Adjournment Motion notice given by Congress Party MLA, Mr. Sampat Singh on JBT Recruitment Case in which Mr. Chautala has convicted and currently in jail and his appeal against special CBI court’s decision is still pending in Delhi High Court.
According to press note issued by Mr. Sampat Singh, MLA, Nalwa showing official communication from Vidhan Sabha Secretary, Mr. Sumit Kumar confirming his Adjournment Motion for February 26. 2013 the notice was admitted under Rule 66 of the Rules of Procedure & Conduct of Business in the Haryana Legislative Assembly.
Whereas, Rule 68 sub rule XI which says, “The motion shall not deal with any matter which is under adjudication by a Court of Law”
The Notice given by Nalwa MLA has mentioned clearly the judgment of CBI Court on JBT Recruitment Scam Case which is under judicial review in High Court and if discussion occurs on Adjournment Motion on Tuesday in Haryana Vidhan Sabha then matter could spark debate over independency of three Pillars of Indian Democracy well manifested in Constitution of India in its various Articles.
Source; Intelligent Haryana News
Dinesh Singh Rawat Says:
I as a social researcher would like to witness proceedings of Haryana Legislative Assembly on Tuesday to see the decision of Speaker over Adjournment Motion given by Mr. Sampat Singh, MLA, Nalwa and admitted for 26/02/2013.
And also, How Congress and INLD led by Its leader Mr. Ashok Arora will handle the situation inside the house keeping in mind the Rules of Procedure & Conduct of Business in the Haryana Legislative Assembly.
It will also give me opportunity to judge the legislative inheritance among sitting members of Haryana Vidhan Sabha.
Last but not the least it will also clear some picture of Haryana Politics of coming months before 2014 elections.