BJP announces thanksgiving rallies on July 10 for presenting ‘pro-people’ budget

A day after the ruckus took place in the first day of the monsoon assembly session, where at least 5 opposition legislators were suspended, the ruling BJP party on Saturday accused the senior opposition MLAs for tarnishing the sanctity of the assembly.

Addressing a press conference here at the party headquarter on Saturday, the BJP spokesperson Nabendu Bhattacharjee said, “People of the state did not wish to see such elected representatives or the law makers tarnish the decorum of the assembly.”

“We are all aware of what exactly happened in the assembly on the first day, where some senior legislators including some newly elected opposition legislators created ruckus in the assembly to tarnish the decorum of the assembly,” he said, adding that the people of the state will not entertain this.

He continued lambasting the opposition MLAs and said, “It was observed that some newly elected MLAs had instigated those senior MLAs to create a ruckus in the assembly and accordingly some started making derogatory remarks inside the assembly which is not acceptable.”

Meanwhile, the BJP state president Rajib Bhattacharjee termed the budget presented by the state finance minister Pranajit Singha Roy on Friday as ‘pro-prople’ budget and said, “This budget will benefit the people of all walks of life including the women.”

Underlining the new schemes and project works proposed in the budget, the BJP leader said that the party will organise thanksgiving rallies in all the ten organisational districts on Monday for presenting a ‘pro-people’ budget that ensures fulfilment of our dream of making Ek Tripura Shrestha Tripura.

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