Alleging mass backdoor appointments in state, the Congress on Wednesday walked out of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly after it was not allowed to move an adjournment movement to debate the problem. It was the third day of the continuing monsoon session and the Congress leaders didn’t participate within the query hour for the second consecutive day.
As quickly because the House assembled, Congress legislators began disrupting the Question Hour looking for an adjournment movement to debate the matter. Party member Inder Dutt Lakhanpal raised the problem and demanded dialogue beneath Rule 67.
Speaker Vipin Singh Parmar urged Lakhanpal to take a seat down and let the query hour be began however the Congress MLA mentioned that the problem was crucial as no rules had been adopted in a number of recruitments.
Leader of Opposition Mukesh Agnihotri mentioned that the state authorities was taking part in with the way forward for the unemployed youth by way of alleged backdoor entry by way of outsourcing. He mentioned that the unemployed youth of the state have been cheated as benefit was ignored in recruitments. He mentioned round 5,000 recruitments have been made in simply two Vidhan Sabha constituencies — one represented by Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur and the opposite by Jal Shakti Minister Mahendra Singh Thakur. He demanded a White Paper on the problem.
BJP legislator Vinod Kumar intervened saying it was performed through the Congress authorities too at which Lakhanpal shot again asking if there was a incorrect don, then why was the present dispensation persevering with with it.
Speaker Parmar, in the meantime, rejected the Congress rejected the Congress discover to current the adjournment movement. Parmar mentioned the Congress didn’t give any discover for the adjournment movement beneath Rule 62.
At this, the Congress legislators created an uproar and walked out the House in protest.
CM Thakur, who can be the Leader of the House, later mentioned that the adjournment movement beneath Rule 62 could be introduced just for a matter of pressing public significance. “All the appointments in the state are being done as per rules,” he mentioned, including, “The system of outsource recruitment was started by the previous Congress regime just before the Assembly election. Congress members are misleading the House regarding mass recruitment in two constituencies”.