Bhupinder Singh Hooda: Congress to move no trust move after governor’s address, says Bhupinder Singh Hooda | Chandigarh News – Times of India

CHANDIGARH: Former chief minister and leader of opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday announced that the Congress will bring a no-confidence motion against the government after the governor’s address.
Hooda also said that the party would also bring a private member bill to amend the APMC Act and add the provision of guarantee of MSP for the farmer in the forthcoming budget session of the Haryana assembly.
Speaking to reporters after the meeting of the Congress Legislature Party at his residence in Chandigarh, Hooda categorically said that the Congress MLAs shall focus only on the issues of farmers or public interests, else they shall exercise refrain from participation in discussion on issue moved by government.
Hooda said every section of the society is under distress and every section of the society has problems that need immediate attention as the government has failed on all fronts. “No work is being done in the state and scams are the only thing that is happening in the state. Calling Attention motions will be brought by Congress to discuss liquor and registry scam. The Congress will also bring proposals regarding cancellation of recruitments one after the other including PGT Sanskrit, TGT English and Gram Sachiv. The Congress will also seek answers from the government on the issue of rising unemployment and frequent leak of papers in recruitment exams,” he said, giving a list of issues the Congress plans to raise in the coming session.
“Not only this, Congress will also register its opposition to the changes made in the domicile rules and sports policy as the changes in Domicile rules will open up jobs in Haryana to people from other and young people from scheduled castes and backward communities will find it difficult to get jobs,” the leader of opposition said.

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