With the UP Assembly in session, BSP chief Mayawati has urged all MLAs to rise above social gathering politics and carry issues with public curiosity and provides consideration to the “dismal” state of laws and order.
“It is my strong appeal to MLAs, both of the ruling party and opposition in Uttar Pradesh, to rise above party politics and effectively raise the issues of public interest in the House and make the government and administration accountable. This demand is in the wider public interest,” she talked about in a tweet.
“Though the issue of development is largely missing from the agenda of the government, but do raise your voice on oppression of women and killings of members of Dalit, Muslim and Brahmin samaj and other atrocities, meaning the dismal state of law and order in UP. This is the demand of time,” she added.
The three-day monsoon session of the legislature began beneath strict COVID-19 protocols on Thursday. Members and staff of the Assembly and Council wore masks and maintained social distancing on the first day.
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