Autumn Session of Legislative Assembly To Begin Monday

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KL Report

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The Private Members’ Resolutions determined after balloting and scheduled to be taken in the Autumn Session of the Legislative Assembly commencing on Monday, seek demolition of all unauthorized constructions at tourist places, abolition of new recruitment policy, withdrawal of FIRs against innocent youth and supply of 12 LPG cylinders in a year.

In his private member resolution, Rafi Ahmad Mir, senior PDP leader and MLA Pahalgam has sought demolition of unauthorized constructions from tourist places of Gulmarag, Pahalgam and Sonamarg including unauthorized construction on o\roads leading to these tourist places.

MLA Samba Yashpal Kundal’s resolution demands that that the new recruitment policy should be abolished.  Pertinently, under the new employment policy, the selected candidates for any post advertised through Service Selection Board will get Rs.3000 per month for first two years and Rs 5250 for next three years. After five years, they will be put on regular pay roll.

Jugal Kishore MLA Nagrota through his resolution has demanded that the House should resolve to ensure supply of at least 12 gas cylinders in a year under subsidized rates to the consumers of the state.

Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami, State Secretary CPI (M) has sought the House should express serious concern over the increasing corruption in public life with menacing proportions and place on record its deep commitment for its eradication from all walks of life.

Syed Basharat Bukhari, senior PDP leader and MLA Sangrama through his private member resolution has sought unilateral withdrawal of FIRs lodged against innocent youth allegedly involved in stone pelting in last five years.

The private member resolution of MLA Sonwar, Mohammad Yasin Shah inconclusively discussed by the House on April 2, 2013 seeking the House should declare Agriculture, Horticulture, Sericulture and Floriculture should be declared as an industry will be taken up for the discussion in Autumn Session.

It may be recalled that the Legislative Assembly has received 474 questions, besides seven private member bills for the Autumn Session which will run for a week.

Pertinently, the last date for the submission of the questions, bills and resolution for the Autumn Session was September 17, while the process was started on September 11. The Members were asked   to submit 10 questions for the session-five each in starred and un-starred categories on or before September 17. The Autumn Session 2013-14 will start from September 30 and is expected to continue for 7 days.

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