Vidhan Bhawan

Vidhan Bhawan News

A HOUSE NEVER FULL

The attendance record of the current Assembly is abysmal, a far cry from the days when MLAs didn’t want to miss the House even for a day, finds Zeeshan Shaikh.

BJP,MNS battle it out on Day One

The BJP and MNS on Monday engaged in a war of words on the first day of the state budget session.

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2 suspended MLAs in police custody

A day after the Maharashtra Speaker suspended five members of the legislative assembly for assaulting a police officer on the premises of Vidhan Bhawan,two of the MLAs surrendered to the Mumbai Police Crime Branch.

‘Missing’ Vidhan Bhawan under-secretary surfaces

Vidhan Bhawan under-secretary Sayali Kamble,who was “missing” since Friday,presented herself Monday at Churchgate GRP police station,where her husband had registered a complaint.

One out of six Maharashtra MLAs has attacked govt servants

Shiv Sena and BJP are running each other close over use of criminal force.

Suspended API in police car gets goat of MLAs

The hostility between the legislature and police was in full play again on Monday when suspended Assistant Police Inspector (Traffic) Sachin Suryavanshi arrived in a police vehicle at Vidhan Bhawan to depose before a committee headed by MLA Ganpatrao Deshmukh.

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2 suspended MLAs in police custody

Public Prosecutor Kiran Bendbhar told the court that Kadam and Thakur needed to be questioned in order to identify the 15 other MLAs who participated in the assault.

Politicians up the ante against police

The ongoing budget session of the state assembly took a new turn Thursday with members cutting across party lines questioning police high-handedness in converting Vidhan Bhawan into a fortress and entering it without informing Speaker Dilip Walse-Patil.

Bandh partial,peaceful in state

The bandh called by the BJP,Left and Samajwadi Party to demand rollback of the recent petrol price hike evoked mixed response in Uttar Pradesh,as markets and business establishments remained partially closed,but road traffic was largely unaffected.

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