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Agitating MLAs take seat as CM warns of 'revealing' names who got sand contracts

Press Trust of India  |  Chandigarh 

Opposition SAD and MLAs, who disrupted the House proceeding by storming the Well and raising anti-slogans, went back to their seats after Chief Minister "warned" of revealing names who have got sand mining contracts.

The "warning" came as the Opposition MLAs continued to disrupt the proceedings at the beginning of the third day of the budget session in here.



"We do not want any more complication in the House. I've list of 10 pages mentioning all names who have got sand mining contracts. I can mention these names in one second here," the CM said pointing to the protesting MLAs.

After his "warning", all the Akali and MLAs returned to their seats.

As the proceedings began, Akali MLAs led by former minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa, stormed the Well, demanding implementation of farm loan-waiver.

They continued to raise anti-slogans even as Ajaib Singh Bhatti was elected as deputy Speaker.

Earlier, lawmaker Som Prakash told the CM, Akali-MLAs will return to their seats if an announcement regarding the loan-waiver is made by the

"I have already informed that debt-waiver is a party programme which will be implemented," Amarinder said.

Earlier, replying to a calling attention motion by Kuljit Singh Nagra on illegal operation of private buses, Amarinder said 401 such buses were found in the first fortnight of June.

"The state is committed to put an end to this malpractice. The state transport department is preparing a new scheme which will ensure permits are allotted in a transparent manner," he said.

"One family looted during last 10 years. This family had eight buses in 1997-98 and now they have 350," Nagra claimed.

In his calling attention notice, Hardial Singh Kamboj drew the attention of education minister Aruna Chaudhary towards dismal results of class X and XII.

AAP MLAs staged a walkout over suspension of one their party colleagues.

Amarinder Raja Warring said that during previous regime, the earned Rs 280 crore from sand mining in six years. But under the rule, the state would earn Rs 500 crore per annum.

He came out in support of cabinet minister Rana Gurjit Singh, who faces facing charges of impropriety in sand mining, saying these were mere allegations which were yet to be proved by court of law.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Opposition SAD and BJP MLAs, who disrupted the House proceeding by storming the Well and raising anti-government slogans, went back to their seats after Chief Minister Amarinder Singh "warned" of revealing names who have got sand mining contracts. The "warning" came as the Opposition MLAs continued to disrupt the proceedings at the beginning of the third day of the budget session in Punjab Vidhan Sabha here. "We do not want any more complication in the House. I've list of 10 pages mentioning all names who have got sand mining contracts. I can mention these names in one second here," the CM said pointing to the protesting MLAs. After his "warning", all the Akali and BJP MLAs returned to their seats. As the proceedings began, Akali MLAs led by former finance minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa, stormed the Well, demanding implementation of farm loan-waiver. They continued to raise anti-government slogans even as Congress MLA Ajaib Singh Bhatti was elected as deputy Speaker. Earlier, ... Opposition SAD and MLAs, who disrupted the House proceeding by storming the Well and raising anti-slogans, went back to their seats after Chief Minister "warned" of revealing names who have got sand mining contracts.

The "warning" came as the Opposition MLAs continued to disrupt the proceedings at the beginning of the third day of the budget session in here.

"We do not want any more complication in the House. I've list of 10 pages mentioning all names who have got sand mining contracts. I can mention these names in one second here," the CM said pointing to the protesting MLAs.

After his "warning", all the Akali and MLAs returned to their seats.

As the proceedings began, Akali MLAs led by former minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa, stormed the Well, demanding implementation of farm loan-waiver.

They continued to raise anti-slogans even as Ajaib Singh Bhatti was elected as deputy Speaker.

Earlier, lawmaker Som Prakash told the CM, Akali-MLAs will return to their seats if an announcement regarding the loan-waiver is made by the

"I have already informed that debt-waiver is a party programme which will be implemented," Amarinder said.

Earlier, replying to a calling attention motion by Kuljit Singh Nagra on illegal operation of private buses, Amarinder said 401 such buses were found in the first fortnight of June.

"The state is committed to put an end to this malpractice. The state transport department is preparing a new scheme which will ensure permits are allotted in a transparent manner," he said.

"One family looted during last 10 years. This family had eight buses in 1997-98 and now they have 350," Nagra claimed.

In his calling attention notice, Hardial Singh Kamboj drew the attention of education minister Aruna Chaudhary towards dismal results of class X and XII.

AAP MLAs staged a walkout over suspension of one their party colleagues.

Amarinder Raja Warring said that during previous regime, the earned Rs 280 crore from sand mining in six years. But under the rule, the state would earn Rs 500 crore per annum.

He came out in support of cabinet minister Rana Gurjit Singh, who faces facing charges of impropriety in sand mining, saying these were mere allegations which were yet to be proved by court of law.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Agitating MLAs take seat as CM warns of 'revealing' names who got sand contracts

Opposition SAD and MLAs, who disrupted the House proceeding by storming the Well and raising anti-slogans, went back to their seats after Chief Minister "warned" of revealing names who have got sand mining contracts.

The "warning" came as the Opposition MLAs continued to disrupt the proceedings at the beginning of the third day of the budget session in here.

"We do not want any more complication in the House. I've list of 10 pages mentioning all names who have got sand mining contracts. I can mention these names in one second here," the CM said pointing to the protesting MLAs.

After his "warning", all the Akali and MLAs returned to their seats.

As the proceedings began, Akali MLAs led by former minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa, stormed the Well, demanding implementation of farm loan-waiver.

They continued to raise anti-slogans even as Ajaib Singh Bhatti was elected as deputy Speaker.

Earlier, lawmaker Som Prakash told the CM, Akali-MLAs will return to their seats if an announcement regarding the loan-waiver is made by the

"I have already informed that debt-waiver is a party programme which will be implemented," Amarinder said.

Earlier, replying to a calling attention motion by Kuljit Singh Nagra on illegal operation of private buses, Amarinder said 401 such buses were found in the first fortnight of June.

"The state is committed to put an end to this malpractice. The state transport department is preparing a new scheme which will ensure permits are allotted in a transparent manner," he said.

"One family looted during last 10 years. This family had eight buses in 1997-98 and now they have 350," Nagra claimed.

In his calling attention notice, Hardial Singh Kamboj drew the attention of education minister Aruna Chaudhary towards dismal results of class X and XII.

AAP MLAs staged a walkout over suspension of one their party colleagues.

Amarinder Raja Warring said that during previous regime, the earned Rs 280 crore from sand mining in six years. But under the rule, the state would earn Rs 500 crore per annum.

He came out in support of cabinet minister Rana Gurjit Singh, who faces facing charges of impropriety in sand mining, saying these were mere allegations which were yet to be proved by court of law.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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