Bangalore, June 6 (UNI) Opposition parties took to task the new BJP Government in the Karnataka Legislative Council for convening emergent Session without any valid reason and also the notice was not sent to members in time as per rules.
As soon as the House assembled after a gap of about seven months, Nadagouda (JD-U) questioned the government about the need for convening emergent Session without any valid reason.
"Even a mininum three days of advance in serving notice to the members for attending the session was also not followed" Mr Nadagouda said.
We were invited over phone last night and we had to rush thinking that soming wrong has taken place. If this was the condition during Governor's rule what will be be the situation under the new BJP government," he questioned" He was joined by Congress members Ugrappa and V R Sudarshan.
Minister Ramachandragowda in his reply defended saying that the emergent session was convened since the Governor had directed the Government to seek confidence vote soon after his address to the joint house and there was no violation of rules.
Council Chairman Prof B K Chandrasekhar clarified that the notice was received from the Governor on June three and it was despatched to all the members on the same day and there was no violation of the rules.
Chairman adjourned the house to June 23.
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