Bhopal: The wintry weather session of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly, which modified into once scheduled to begin on 28 December, has been postponed in gaze of the “COVID-19 narrate”, an legitimate acknowledged on Sunday, hours after protem speaker disclosed that 61 workers and officers of the Assembly secretariat and 5 MLAs non-public examined coronavirus sure.
The choice to position off the three-day session modified into once taken at an all-occasion meeting held in Bhopal in evening, he acknowledged. “The three-day session has been postponed due to the the COVID-19 narrate. The three days (of the session which is in an enviornment to be now washed out) will be added in the Budget session, which might per chance well per chance be a lengthy one,” Legislative Assembly’s Predominant Secretary AP Singh suggested journalists.
The all-occasion meeting modified into once attended by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Dwelling Minister Narottam Mishra, convey Congress unit president Kamal Nath and others.
Meanwhile, gentle Union minister Arun Yadav acknowledged the Congress will proceed to preserve protests in opposition to the three farm laws handed by the Centre. The Congress had earlier announced that the occasion leaders will attain the Assembly campus on Monday on tractors to converse in opposition to those laws.
Earlier in the day, Assembly Protem Speaker Rameshwar Sharma suggested journalists that 61 workers and officers of the convey Assembly secretariat non-public examined coronavirus sure up to now. “Moreover, 5 MLAs were also discovered contaminated as per the reports purchased until now,” he acknowledged, after taking inventory of the preparation for the session.
Sharma also acknowledged the MLAs and their non-public workers had been asked to endure coronavirus take a look at earlier than the session began. “Up to now, the take a look at reports of 20 MLAs non-public been purchased. The reports of quite a lot of diversified legislators are gentle awaited. Reviews of more workers and officers are also but to come,” he added.