MLAs and MLCs of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) on Monday started a two-day sit in protest in front of Uttar Pradesh Assembly against what they called poor law and order situation, power crisis and continuing cow slaughter in the state.
As BSP MLAs in Uttar Pradesh Assembly on Monday protested against the Central government over inflation and state government over law and order situation, the House was adjourned sine die after passage of the general and departmental budgets amid din.
Uttar Pradesh Assembly on Monday witnessed uproarious scenes on the issue of rising cases of crime against women and communal violence in the state, with opposition BSP and BJP staging separate walkouts during Question Hour.
Uttar Pradesh Assembly was on Thursday adjourned till December 9 after Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and MLAs offered condolences to sitting Samajwadi Party MLA Raja Ram Pandey, who passed away recently.
Police on Thursday baton-charged Congress workers when they tried to forcefully enter the Uttar Pradesh assembly premises during their protest to press for speedy implementation of food security scheme in the state.
Members of the ruling Samajwadi Party and the BJP came to blows in the Uttar Pradesh assembly on Friday after the house was adjourned over accusations on the recent Muzaffarangar riots which claimed 47 lives.
Opposition BJP members on Friday a walkout from the Uttar Pradesh Assembly alleging that the Samajwadi Party government was befooling youths of the state in the name of giving them unemployment allowance.