Rawat govt may end winter session early due to weather

SUNIL KUMAR

Trivendra Singh Rawat led BJP government, which claims that they would organize a week long session at Gairsain, may finish it in two days in view of weather. To ensure smooth conduct of the session they would table the  supplementary budget on first day of winter session. If opposition, which claims that they would not allow house to run if government fails to answer their querry, opposes then Speaker may pronounce sine die of the house by December 8. As we know that treasury bench had passed the state budget in haste by running house till midnight. Thereafter opposition had pronounced that they would not attend any meeting of vidhan sabha and even they did not attend last meeting of Business Advisory Committee (BAC) in Dehradun.

It would be pertinent to mention here that currently house has been called between December 7-13 including two days leave on Saturday and Sunday. With this pronouncement they ascertained that they are serious about the Gairsain but officials are under stress due to inclement weather. On condition of anonymity an official said that in view of prevailing weather condition they may end the session in haste.

As per the provision budget should be tabled at least a day ahead so that member can go through before participating into the debate. To avoid legal hassle they would table the supplementary budget by December 7 and they may pass the budget amid uproar if opposition does.

To listen this is okay but practically it has become giant task for the government. As meterological department forecast that acute cold wave condition might grip Bharadisain  near Gairsain  in Chamoli district. As per meterological centre Director Bikram Singh, the mercury level might plummet to as low as zero degree Celsius any day between December 10 and 13 as it might snow heavily in the high-altitude areas of the state for three days starting from  December 10.

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