Chhattisgarh Assembly: BJP targets Congressional government for law and order


The BJP on Tuesday targeted Bhupesh Baghel’s government on the second day of the Chhattisgarh Assembly’s budget session for what it claimed was the deteriorating public order situation in the state.

Charges by the opposition party, which ruled the state for 15 years until it was overthrown by Congress in late 2018, have been dismissed by state Interior Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu.

BJP lawmakers Brijmohan Agrawal, Ajay Chandrakar and Shivratan Sharma, and Janata Congress MP Chhattisgarh (J) Dharmjeet Singh called for a discussion on the “collapsed” law and order situation in the state and tabled a notice of adjournment motion.

Sahu said all of the criminal incidents mentioned by the BJP had been investigated promptly and in detail by the police and the necessary measures, including arrest, had been taken in most of them.

He said state police in several cases filed indictments within 24 hours to three days of the crime and that many defendants were sentenced to terms, including life imprisonment. , after trials lasting 10 to 50 days.

After the minister’s response, President Charan Das Mahant authorized a discussion on the admissibility of the adjournment notice, in which BJP leader and former CM Raman Singh accused the Baghel government of transforming the state from an “island of peace” to a “safe haven”. for criminals “.

The speaker later rejected the motion, which the BJP opposed, saying opposition leader Dharamlal Kaushik was not even allowed to speak.

Thirteen advertising slogan BJP deputies gathered in the house well and were automatically suspended, which was later removed by the president.

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