UP Vidhan Sabha witnesses noisy scenes over lawyers’ violence
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday presented in the Vidhan Sabha the supplementary budgetary demands amounting to Rs 27,758 crores for the remaining period of current fiscal.
Presenting the demand Mr Yadav, also holding the portfolio of finance minister, said that the state government required many to catered to drought hit Bundelkhad and Metro rail projects along with other welfare schemes. He is scheduled to present budget for financial year 2016-17 on Friday.
Opposition creates pandemonium:
- Congress, BSP and BJP members in the house staged the walkout in protest against the budgetary demands.
- Earlier, the opposition created noisy scenes in the house.
- BSP, BJP and Congress raised question on the condition of Law and Order in the state.
- Opposition raised the issue of lawyers rampage in Lucknow on Wednesday.
- Both opposition and the government condemned the incident.