Members of state legislative assembly raise objections against state government notification of allowing only fifteen un-starred question to be put up for the six days assembly session …

23-09-2013 … With the sixth state legislative assembly being summoned for the fifth session from 9th of October 2013 Various Members of the state legislative assembly have raised their objections against the state government notification of allowing only fifteen un-starred question to be put up for the six days assembly session …

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The fifth session of the sixth legislative assembly of the state of goa would have six sitting starting from 9th of October, to 10th, 11th, 15th, 16th and 17th October and respect mla’s of the state are been asked to restrict the number of unstarred LAQ notices to fifteen each as per the instructions issued vide bulleting no 93 dated 26th march 2013 …

Business related to private members bills and resolutions would also be transacted on 11th October after the government business

Speaking to goanreporter fatorda independent mla vijai sardessai said half of the mla’s on the state legislative assembly were sleeping and were least bothered to raise any questions in the house and therefore putting restrictions questions to be asked in the house on those mla’s who were trying to raise concerns issues of the state was totally undemocratic

Independent mla from porvorim constituency rohan khaunte said there was no reason to have any limitations on unstarred questions to be asked and the state government needed to give necessary information asked by the concerned mla’s

Congress spokesperson and curtorim mla mla reginaldo lourenco also gave his views over the issue

 

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