Punjab News This is the second time within a year that the Punjab government has approached the Supreme Court against Governor Banwari Lal Purohit. Before this Governor (Governor) Even after the government did not give approval for the budget session, SC. A petition was filed in After the hearing in the Supreme Court, the Governor had to approve the budget session.
The ongoing tension between Mann and the Governor is not going away, as Bhagwant Mann may convene another session of the Vidhan Sabha in November itself. CM Bhagwant Mann has said that we will call a big session in the first week of November and we need clarity on this issue.
The government had to end the session in one day
On the SYL issue Supreme Court (Supreme Court) After the decision, the Punjab government called a two-day special session of the Vidhan Sabha on October 20 and 21. Governor BL Purohit called this session illegal. The Punjab Raj Bhavan has also written a formal letter to the Legislative Assembly Secretary citing the Governor’s decision.
Kultar Singh Sandhawan had to give an explanation
After that the assembly the speaker (Speaker) Kultar Singh Sandhawan had to give an explanation. Sandhavan had said that this session will be a part of the previous session as the proceedings of the previous session have not been adjourned yet. According to the notice issued by the Secretary of the Vidhan Sabha Ramlok Khatana, as per the working rules of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha, the Speaker had adjourned the proceedings of the House for an indefinite period on June 20 and the same session has been called again on October 20. The session was held on October 20, but in view of the Governor’s objection, the government ended it within a day without passing any bill etc. in the House.
Controversy started as soon as the Punjab government was formed
In Punjab, the dispute between Governor BL Purohit and CM Bhagwant Mann started as soon as AAP government was formed in the state. The Governor wrote a letter to the Chief Minister on several issues related to the state, which CM Mann also publicly objected to.
The Governor had refused to sanction the session
The controversy deepened when the governor refused to sanction the budget session convened by the Punjab government this year. After this decision of the Governor, the Bhagwant Mann government went to the Supreme Court. The court’s decision came in favor of the government. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has also accused the Governor of blocking 6 different bills passed in the Legislative Assembly on June 19 and 20. Mann had said that the governor is deliberately not signing these bills. Governor Purohit has not yet signed these bills.