Uproar in Assam Assembly over allegations against Hamanta’s wife

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Himanta Vishwa Sharma, Chief Minister, Assam

Guwahati: Members of the opposition parties rallied in the state assembly on Friday, demanding a debate on the alleged government subsidy to a company linked to Assam Chief Minister Himanta Vishwa Sharma’s wife. The proceedings of the House had to be adjourned three times due to the uproar. Later, the opposition members boycotted the proceedings of the House and walked out. Congress MLA Kamalakhia D. Purkaisat raised the issue during the question interval. He asked Revenue and Disaster Management Minister Jogin Mohan if Rinki Bhuyan Sharma was allotted land in Kaliabor area under the state government’s ‘Vasundhara’ scheme. He also questioned what documents were submitted to allot the land from which the concerned company allegedly received central subsidy.

Protest in front of Speaker’s seat

Assembly Speaker Biswajit Damri said the matter was not related to the original question raised by Purkaist and the Chief Minister was not present in the House. However, Prakayasth stuck to his question and during this several ministers stood up and started making remarks against the opposition members. Proceedings were adjourned for 30 minutes as the commotion continued in the House. When the proceedings of the House resumed, Leader of Opposition Congress member Debbarta Saikia drew the Chairman’s attention to the notice given for a discussion on the matter at zero hour. Vice President Namal Momin did not allow an immediate debate on it, after which Congress members staged a dharna in front of the Speaker along with the lone member of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and an independent MLA. Started.

Opposition MLAs raised slogans against the government.

Saikia also demanded an inquiry into the allegations against the chief minister’s wife. Meanwhile, members of the ruling BJP also came into the middle of the House and a ruckus started, due to which the proceedings of the House were adjourned for five minutes. Even after the House resumed proceedings after a second adjournment, the ruckus continued, with opposition members coming in front of the speaker’s podium and shouting slogans against the government. Appealing to them to return to their seats, Momin said, “You will be allowed (to raise the issue), but you will have to be patient.” came to the centre, the commotion continued. Therefore, the proceedings of the House were again adjourned for 15 minutes.

There was a commotion in the Assembly on Thursday as well.

When the proceedings of the House resumed, Deputy Leader of the Opposition Raqib Al Hussain said that since the chair did not allow an urgent debate, the Congress MLAs were boycotting the proceedings of the House for the rest of the day. A lone CPI(M) MLA and an independent MLA also joined him. There was a ruckus in the assembly on Thursday also regarding the allegations against Hamanta’s wife. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Vishwa Sharma on Thursday said he was ready to accept any punishment, including retirement from public life, if the central government found any evidence of his wife or any of his companies taking money. is provided. Congress deputy leader in the Lok Sabha Gaurav Gogoi on Wednesday alleged that the company had received Rs 10 crore as loan-linked subsidy from the food processing ministry under a special central scheme. However, the BJP leader has completely rejected these allegations. (input language)

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