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MP Budget Session: Fifth day of Assembly, issue of toll collection and bad roads echoed, Congress MLAs demonstrated over non availability of books in schools

Sudhir Dandotia, Bhopal. If there are potholes on the roads in Madhya Pradesh, if photos are sent by the public, those potholes will be filled immediately. State Government Minister Rakesh Singh, in response to a question by Congress MLA Jhuma Solanki in the Assembly, said that the state government is preparing an app. In which, when the public uploads photos of potholes, they will be rectified.

The issue of toll tax collection in the state echoed during the question hour in Madhya Pradesh Assembly today. Congress MLA Pankaj Upadhyay alleged through a question in the Assembly that the toll tax in Madhya Pradesh is exceeding the stipulated limit. In response to the question, Minister Rakesh Singh said that the toll has been continued due to maintenance. In the Assembly today, BJP MLA Lalita Yadav raised the issue of irregularities in the PM Awas Yojana in Chhatarpur Municipality. On which Urban Administration Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya assured to conduct an investigation.

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Congress MLAs demonstrated

Earlier this morning, after reaching the Assembly before the session, Congress MLAs demonstrated in front of the Gandhi statue protesting against the arrest of farmer leaders going in the farmers' movement. Congress MLA Phundelal Marco accused the government of not distributing books in schools. He said that books are being thrown into the trash. Books from first to fifth have been thrown. The MLAs were trying to enter the Assembly carrying placards. When the security personnel stopped them from doing so, the Congress MLAs had an argument with them.

Government wants to divert from the issues: Leader of Opposition said – That's why Congress is agitating, BJP said – They are weakening in the House, only then they are calling crowd from outside.

There will be discussion on Vote on Account

Let us tell you that on Monday, Finance Minister Jagdish Deora had presented a Vote on Account worth Rs 1 lakh 45 thousand crore in the House. This will be discussed today. Assembly Speaker Narendra Singh Tomar has fixed four hours for discussion on the Vote on Account. During Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav's statement in the House on Monday, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya had accused Congress of insulting great men. After this, Congress MLAs walked out of the House. Opposition members can create ruckus in the House regarding this.

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