Chhattisgarh Assembly: BJP targets Congress government over law and order

The BJP on Tuesday focused the Bhupesh Baghel government on the second day of Chhattisgarh Assembly’s funds session over what it claimed was the deteriorating law and order state of affairs within the state.

The expenses made by the opposition occasion, which dominated the state for 15 years until it was unseated by the Congress in late 2018, had been dismissed by state residence minister Tamradhwaj Sahu.

BJP legislators Brijmohan Agrawal, Ajay Chandrakar and Shivratan Sharma, and Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J) MLA Dharmjeet Singh sought a dialogue on the “collapsed” law and order state of affairs within the state and moved an adjournment movement discover.

Sahu stated all incidents of crime talked about by the BJP had been probed rapidly and intimately by police and mandatory motion, together with arrest, was taken in most of them.

He stated the state police had, in a number of instances, filed the cost sheet inside 24 hours to 3 days of the crime happening, and most of the accused have been given punishment, together with life imprisonment, after trials lasting 10 to 50 days.

After the minister’s reply, Speaker Charan Das Mahant allowed a dialogue on the admissibility of the adjournment movement discover, throughout which BJP chief and former CM Raman Singh accused the Baghel government of turning the state from an “island of peace” to a “safe haven for criminals”.

Later the speaker dismissed the movement, which was opposed by the BJP claiming the Leader of Opposition Dharamlal Kaushik was not even allowed to talk.

Thirteen sloganeering BJP MLAs trooped into the Well of the House and had been routinely suspended, which was later revoked by the speaker.

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