The two-day monsoon session of the Delhi Legislative Assembly will begin from July 4. Delhi News – Times of India

New Delhi: Two-day monsoon session Delhi Assembly The assembly bulletin said that starting from Monday, the AAP government will introduce a bill to increase the salaries of MLAs.
Sources said that the AAP government may also bring a proposal against the Centre’s Agneepath Defense Recruitment Scheme.
According to the bulletin, the session will start on July 4 at 11 am.
In view of the current COVID-19 pandemic, MLAs will have to compulsorily wear face masks.
“They will mandatorily carry the final certificate for COVID-19 vaccination or a negative report of the coronavirus test issued 48 hours before the commencement of the session on July 4,” the bulletin said.
According to the list of business of the monsoon session of the Delhi Legislative Assembly, AAP government’s Minister of Law, Justice and Legal Affairs Kailash Gehlot will present a bill to increase the salary of ministers, MLAs, speaker and deputy speaker, leader. Opposition and Chief Whip.
In Delhi, a member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) currently receives an amount of Rs 54,000 per month as salary and allowances, which may go up to Rs 90,000 after the increase.
Union Home Ministry (MHA) in May had conveyed to the Delhi government its prior approval to table legislative proposals in the Delhi Assembly for revision of salaries and allowances of MLAs.
Sources said that the AAP government may bring a resolution in the assembly to oppose the central government’s Agneepath defense recruitment scheme in the monsoon session.
A similar resolution was passed by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Punjab on Thursday against the controversial plan.
The scheme has seen opposition from defense aspirants in many parts of the country.
Opposition during monsoon session BJP Issues of erratic water supply, poor public transport conditions, alcohol policy, pollution, alleged corruption in construction of school rooms are likely to corner the city government.
Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly (LOP) Ramvir Singh Bidhuri said that the Kejriwal government is running away from discussing the problems of the people in every assembly session.
Whenever the opposition tries to discuss problems like electricity, water, public transport, pollution, education, health, the government runs away from it. Manish Sisodia If he has guts, he should debate the problems of Delhi in the assembly,” Bidhuri said in a statement.