On Day 1 Of Monsson Session, RJD MLAs Wear Helmets To Bihar Assembly



RJD MLAs mentioned they have been “scared, this government could get us beaten up”. (ANI)

Opposition RJD MLAs reached the premises of the Bihar Assembly donning helmets and black face masks on the inaugural day of the monsoon session on Monday, in a symbolic gesture aimed toward placing the Nitish Kumar authorities in a spot over the violence that was witnessed within the House round 4 months in the past.

The MLAs claimed that they have been “scared, this government could get us beaten up at whim”, alluding to the incident of March 23 when many social gathering legislators have been roughed up by police personnel, known as contained in the House after the Speaker was held hostage in a determined bid to thwart the passing of a contentious laws.

“Nothing less than an apology from Chief Minister Nitish Kumar would do. Our leader Tejashwi Yadav is also going to move a motion to this effect before the House,” RJD MLA and the social gathering’s chief state spokesperson Bhai Virendra instructed reporters.

On the ground of the House, Mr Yadav and MLAs of his social gathering continued sporting black masks whereas Satish Kumar, who represents Makhdumpur in Jehanabad district, left everybody amused along with his reluctance to take off the helmet.

A invoice introduced in by the federal government in the course of the finances session, aimed toward giving extra enamel to the Special Armed Police, was known as “draconian” by the opposition which lastly staged a walkout when the laws was handed by means of voice vote.

Nonetheless, the police motion, wherein many legislators sustained accidents and a few feminine MLAs have been additionally humiliated, has left the opposition embittered.

Two police personnel have been suspended for having gone overboard, although Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav has termed the motion as an “eyewash”, asserting {that a} handful have been being made scapegoats for an incident that concerned many, together with some senior officers and legislators belonging to the ruling dispensation.

Proceedings of the House have been adjourned until Tuesday after obituary references. The five-day session will proceed until July 30. 


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