This assumes significance amid Azam Khan blaming the Raj Bhavan for “stalling Bills”, saying that it gave an impression that the Governor was working under the influence of a particular party.
‘Police found minister’s buffaloes in 24 hrs, yet to find my bull after 24 days’.
A fuming Yogi Adityanath advised Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to sack Azam Khan so that people can set him right.
Khan has been engaged in a war of words with Naik for some time, accusing the Governor of being a “kar sevak” and “communally vitiating” the atmosphere in UP at the “behest” of the Modi govt.
Khan reminded the principal secretary that he had already discussed these issues with him in a meeting, following which, he was assured that the “act of white-collared namesake industrialists, to sell industrial land, will be taken seriously”.
While party workers protested Friday evening by burning Naik’s effigy in Rampur, senior leaders Saturday termed the development as an effort by some communal forces to tarnish the image of its government.
He had said in the Assembly that it appeared that Governor did not wish to take action against members of “one particular party”.
Khan also urged those going for Haj pilgrimage to pray for Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav — also present at the function — and himself so that their “relations continue to remain strong irrespective of anyone’s tricks”
Azam Khan had also alleged that the Governor does not want action against members of one particular party.
The Bill was not given assent so that mayors could not be punished for their “dishonesty”, Khan alleged.
The House passed a proposal to submit a plea before the court to reconsider and make its order ineffective.
Admitting the application by local lawyer Subhash Giri, the court on Thursday sought report from Agra police and fixed March 9 for next hearing the matter.
Speaker calls all-party meet, may seek legal opinion.
The inquiry committee of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly investigating a sting operation on Muzaffarnagar riots, had tabled its report in the Assembly last month, holding several staff members of TV Today Network guilty
Shyamdeo Rai Chaudhary had pointed out that in Uttar Pradesh, urea per sack cost Rs 100 more as compared to other states and this was because of the entry tax (ACTN).