Opposition BJP forced adjournment of the Question Hour in UP Legislative Council on Thursday over “poor” law and order situation in the state. As soon as the House assembled this morning, BJP members trooped into the Well, raising anti-government slogans over “dismal” law and order, farmers’ plight, terming Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s claims on development as false.
As Chairman Ramesh Yadav’s appeals failed to restore order, he adjourned the House first for 20 minutes and later till 12.00 noon.
Later, when the House reassembled, Leader of Opposition Naseemuddin Siddiqui and other BSP members moved an adjournment notice on action against the killers of Nasir Khan in Meerut on September 9 and demanded an explanation from the government.
Leader of the House and senior minister Ahmed Hasan apprised the members with the facts regarding the incident and the Chairman, while rejecting adjournment notice, asked the government to take necessary action regarding the case.
But the BSP members were not satisfied and barged into the Well of the House shouting slogans leading to adjournment first for 15 minutes and later till 3.30 PM.
Yesterday too, the Question Hour was washed off with Opposition parties raising anti-government slogans on “dismal” law and order situation in the Well of the House.