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Uproar In Madhya Pradesh Assembly Over OBC Reservation Issue

Uproar In Madhya Pradesh Assembly Over OBC Reservation Issue

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There was a lot of uproar in the Madhya Pradesh assembly on the issue of OBC reservation

In the noise of MLAs, all the issues of flood, inflation were missed.

Bhopal:

On Tuesday, there was a lot of uproar in the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly on the issue of giving 27 percent reservation to OBCs, due to which the monsoon session of the House had to be adjourned indefinitely two days back. Congress MLAs came to the house wearing aprons with slogans related to their demands. Amidst the noise of the Congress MLAs, the Speaker completed the business of the House and adjourned the proceedings indefinitely. In the noise of MLAs, all the issues of flood, inflation were missed.

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Congress MLAs fiercely surrounded the backward classes in the matter of 27 percent reservation which is not getting till now. All Congress MLAs reached the house wearing black aprons. It was written on Aprin that Shivraj Sarkar is anti-OBC. After this, there was a lot of uproar in the house regarding OBC reservation. The MLAs of the ruling party and the opposition came in front. Former Chief Minister Kamal Nath said, ‘This is a big issue of our state. About 55 percent of the population is OBC. We had given 27 per cent reservation. When he brought an adjournment motion on it, he did not accept it. What we implemented, they gave wrong statement in the court. Today it is stuck.

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At the same time, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, ‘Congress has done hypocrisy about backward classes. I want to ask Kamal Nath that today for 27 percent reservation, he has come wearing an apron. But answer. They tried to stab the backward class in the back. Why didn’t you try to stop the stay during your tenure? Keep sitting with a bandage in your eyes.

The power and the opposition could not discuss the flood, but Congress MLA from Sheopur, Babu Jandel, by tearing his kurta caught the attention of the cameras on this issue. Talking to the media, he said, ‘People in my area do not have clothes, how should I wear them. The government did not help the flood victims in Sheopur.

This time it rained in Madhya Pradesh, 24 people died while 8832 people were rescued. 32000 people were shifted to relief camps. Roads, bridges and culverts worth 207 crores were washed away. It was expected that the House would discuss these too, but the session of only four days ended in two days.

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