Government ready to discuss all issues: Yogi Adityanath on the eve of UP

A day before the start of the budget session of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said his government was ready to discuss all issues. Speaking at the all-party meeting here, Adityanath said, “People have sent MPs to the country’s largest assembly with great confidence. I will say again and again that you are the 403 special people of whom 250 million. We have to contribute to change the destiny. ”

He said the government was ready to discuss all issues.

The budget session will begin on Monday with speeches by Governor Anandiben Patel as well as members of the Legislative Assembly.

The budget for 2022-2023 may be presented on Thursday.

Speaker Satish Mahana urged the party leaders to respectfully express their views in the House while abiding by the parliamentary rules.

He said the talks should be held in a cordial atmosphere.

Mahana further said that Uttar Pradesh has become the first major state to implement e-Vidhan system in its assembly. Seats have been allotted to the members on the basis of seniority and in consultation with the party leaders.

According to an official statement, Samajwadi Party leader Inderjit Saroj represented his party at the meeting instead of opposition leader Akhilesh Yadav.

The BSP is represented by Uma Shankar Singh, Congress’ Aradhana Mishra, Rashtriya Lok Dal Rajpal Balian, Apna Dal (Sonelal), Ram Nibas Verma, Anil Tripather’s Nishad Party, Jagadish Narayan Roy’s Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party and Jansatta Dal (Loktantrik). By Raghuraj Pratap Singh.

BSP leader Uma Shankar Singh told PTI that during the meeting he had raised the demand for a long budget session to give time for discussion on various issues.

Meanwhile, a meeting of SP MLAs was held at the party office in Lucknow.

The meeting decided to hold the budget session for at least 35 days. The problems of the common man cannot be discussed in a five-six day standing session.

The budget session should be longer so that details can be discussed, the SP said in a statement.

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