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UP Assembly: Pandemonium reigns, Opposition flings paper balls at Governor

ANI  |  Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)[India] 

Pandemonium prevailed in Assembly during the first session on Monday, as the opposition protested vociferously against the deteriorating and order situation in the state.

The Opposition created ruckus, and some even resorted to hurl paper balls at Governor Ram Naik during his address.

After becoming the 21st Chief Minister of the state, had vowed to take stringent steps in improving the and order in the state, saying, there would be no leniency shown towards it.

The newly elected 17th legislative assembly had convened this session for passage of the UP bill amongst others.

The Bill has already been cleared by the and now requires nod of the states to notify rule and regulations by the respective state governments for its pan-implementation from July this year.

The proceedings of the UP assembly for the first time were telecasted live on Television.

The decision was taken in a meeting between Chief Minister and Assembly speaker Hriday Narayan Dexit.

People also should directly see the activities of their elected representatives in house, said Adityanath.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Pandemonium prevailed in Assembly during the first session on Monday, as the opposition protested vociferously against the deteriorating and order situation in the state.

The Opposition created ruckus, and some even resorted to hurl paper balls at Governor Ram Naik during his address.

After becoming the 21st Chief Minister of the state, had vowed to take stringent steps in improving the and order in the state, saying, there would be no leniency shown towards it.

The newly elected 17th legislative assembly had convened this session for passage of the UP bill amongst others.

The Bill has already been cleared by the and now requires nod of the states to notify rule and regulations by the respective state governments for its pan-implementation from July this year.

The proceedings of the UP assembly for the first time were telecasted live on Television.

The decision was taken in a meeting between Chief Minister and Assembly speaker Hriday Narayan Dexit.

People also should directly see the activities of their elected representatives in house, said Adityanath.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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UP Assembly: Pandemonium reigns, Opposition flings paper balls at Governor

Pandemonium prevailed in Assembly during the first session on Monday, as the opposition protested vociferously against the deteriorating and order situation in the state.

The Opposition created ruckus, and some even resorted to hurl paper balls at Governor Ram Naik during his address.

After becoming the 21st Chief Minister of the state, had vowed to take stringent steps in improving the and order in the state, saying, there would be no leniency shown towards it.

The newly elected 17th legislative assembly had convened this session for passage of the UP bill amongst others.

The Bill has already been cleared by the and now requires nod of the states to notify rule and regulations by the respective state governments for its pan-implementation from July this year.

The proceedings of the UP assembly for the first time were telecasted live on Television.

The decision was taken in a meeting between Chief Minister and Assembly speaker Hriday Narayan Dexit.

People also should directly see the activities of their elected representatives in house, said Adityanath.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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