Delhi Assembly takes cognizance of Udaipur massacre, Mundka fire Delhi News – Times of India

New Delhi: The first day of the two-day monsoon session of Bihar Delhi Legislative Assembly Started on a stormy note when the Leader of the Opposition Ramvir Singh Bidhuri Recently demanded the murder of the tailor Kanhaiya Lal In Udaipur join in Condolence message References are being read at the beginning of the proceedings.
Condoling the death of 27 people in a factory fire in Mundka on May 13, Speaker Ram Niwas Goel said the incident was extremely sad and hoped that the injured would get well soon. He also condoled the death of 42 people, including several Territorial Army personnel, in the landslide in Manipur.
When Goel said that the House would observe a two-minute silence to pray for the departed souls and all the members rose from their seats, Bidhuri demanded that there should be no discrimination between the dead and the murder of the Udaipur victim. But mourning should also be expressed.
Lal was beheaded on Tuesday afternoon by two cleaver wielders, who posted a horrific video of the crime online, claiming responsibility for the murder. Both the accused Riyaz Akhtari and Ghaus Mohammad have been sent to judicial custody for 14 days.
Bidhuri’s demand was supported by AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj, who said the Udaipur incident is unfortunate for all communities and affects peace in the country and should not have happened at all. Bhardwaj said that no matter how much hatred is in a person from any community, they cannot do such a thing and this message should go clearly from the Delhi Assembly.
Bharadwaj said an incident in Himachal Pradesh, where more than 10 people died after a private bus rolled off a cliff in Kullu, should also be included in the tribute context. Thereafter, the House observed silence for two minutes.
At the beginning of the proceedings, newly elected MLA Durgesh Pathak was also administered the oath of office and secrecy. Goyal said that Pathak was a part of the Anna Hazare movement, was a good orator and the people of Delhi were already well aware of his style of functioning. “I welcome him and I am sure he will fulfill his responsibilities as a public representative,” Goyal said.
After administering oath to Pathak, he greeted AAP and other BJP MLAs and also touched the feet of Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, who hugged him.
The proceedings of the House witnessed more heated debate between BJP and AAP MLAs, even as members raised matters relating to various issues under Rule 280.
The first part of the day ended with five amendment bills seeking hike in salaries and allowances of MLAs, ministers, speaker etc being introduced by Law, Justice and Legislative Affairs Minister Kailash Gahlot, which were passed by voice vote. . ,