The monsoon session of the 5-day Legislative Assembly in Madhya Pradesh ended in a ruckus in three days on Thursday. Meanwhile, there is news of a scuffle by the BJP MLA in the assembly with Panchimal Meda, Congress MLA from Dharampuri assembly constituency. MLA Panchimal came in front of the media and narrated his agony and the MLA tore his kurta saying that he was not getting justice even though there was a threat to his life both inside and outside the house.
Congress MLA Jitu Patwari wiped the tears of MLA Meda
On the other hand, Congress MLA Jitu Patwari has demanded the resignation of Home Minister Narottam Mishra, raising questions on law and order. Congress MLA Jitu Patwari accused the BJP MLA and said that the Congress MLA has been beaten up. There is a threat to the life of Panchimal Meda, he has demanded the government to provide security.
14 bills passed without discussion
Meanwhile, the proceedings of the House could last only for three days amidst uproar, scuffles and objections, as a result of which 14 bills were passed without discussion. Panchimal told the media that on Thursday, the second day of the assembly session, when I put the problem of my area in front of the government in the assembly and said that the Karam Dam which was built in my area worth three hundred crores, should be broken if the people living nearby should be homeless. There is no arrangement for their rehabilitation that the farmer is forced to live in the forests. Where do 500 families go?
Panchimal Meda made these allegations
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan did not go there till date. When I raised my voice, I was attacked under the conspiracy. BJP MLA Umakant scuffled with me, my life is in danger. The Congress MLA said that when I went to the Speaker of the Assembly with these things, the police stopped me at the gate itself. At the same time, I do not have the right to tell the Speaker of the Assembly and the Home Minister. There has been a deadly attack on me. I do not want protection. Whatever security I have been given, should also be taken, I am ready to die for the farmer brothers.
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