Preparations made for Monsoon session of Bihar Assembly
Patna: The Monsoon session of Bihar Legislative Assembly starting from June 27 is expected to be full of action with BJP fresh from its victory in the Lok Sabha elections trying to corner the JD(U) government which also has to deal with its own dissident legislators.
"Final preparations have been made for smooth conduct of the Monsoon session of Bihar Assembly from June 27 to July 31," Speaker Udai Narayan Choudhary said addressing the Press Advisory Committee meeting here on Monday.
Asked if some extra arrangements have been made to deal with unpleasant situations which might arise in view of a buoyant opposition BJP going all out against the JD(U) government, the Speaker dismissed apprehensions of violence.
"Bihar Assembly has always upheld democratic values and parliamentary tradition and will do so this time too," he said.
Choudhary urged reporters not to encourage members who indulge in "antics" within the House to find place in the media.
He said like in the past the House has made arrangements to facilitate 50 school students daily to witness democracy in action.
"This facility of providing opportunity to school students to witness House proceedings is unique of its kind in the country and many other states have shown interest to repeat it," Choudhary said.
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