Kolkata, Nov 21 (UNI) The West Bengal Assembly will meet for a brief period from November 24 to take up several Bills and discuss other important issues.
Speaker Hashim Abdul Halim today said altogether six bills, including one for setting up of Dhirubhai Ambani Information and Communication Technical Institute, are likely to be placed in the House during the session.
He said the Opposition Trinamool Congress was expected to move a no confidence motion against the Left Front Government while discussions could be held on the developments in Singur and Nandigram.
In reply to a question, Mr Halim said the proposal for shifting the Assembly on security grounds to Rajarhat on the eastern fringe of the city was still under consideration.
Under the proposal, the new Assembly building would come up on a 70 to 80 acres of land at Rajarhat.
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