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Bihar Assembly adjourned till 2 pm over shelter home issue

Press Trust of India  |  Patna 

Opposition members in the assembly Thursday charged the government with shielding those involved in the home scandal and demanded that call details of prime accused Brajesh Thakur be made public.

As the House assembled at 11 am, of the Opposition Tejashwi Yadav rose in support of the adjournment motion moved by CPI-ML MLA who sought a discussion on the scandal in the light of the Supreme Courts severe criticism of the the day before.

Members of the and the also began raising slogans and were requested by to take their seats and allow the proceedings to take place.

"We'll stop disrupting the proceedings of the House if Brajesh Thakur's call records are made public. People want to know with which officials and ministers he did have talks," Yadav said.

He also accused the of trying to shield those involved in the case besides destroying evidence and said "the has been criticising the state government for the past two days on the case, but the chief minister is not saying anything on the issue."

He also alleged that his mike was being "deliberately" switched off resulting in his submissions not being recorded as part of the House's proceedings.

The said he would get the issue probed and added "no member's mike can be switched off. How can it be in the case of the of the Opposition."

Yadav supported CPI(ML)'s adjournment motion saying "what can be more important than rape of children and a law and order situation wherein deputy had to plead with criminals with folded hands and a ruling party MLA is accused of extortion."

As the attempted to go ahead with the scheduled Question Hour, members of the RJD, the and the CPI(ML) trooped into the well of the House raising slogans against the government.

As the noise continued, the Speaker adjourned the proceedings till 2 pm, barely 15-20 minutes after commencement.

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First Published: Thu, November 29 2018. 14:40 IST