Mcd: Draft Report of Ruckus in the Corporation ready, recommending action against those who cause riot

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With regard to the commotion at MCD House on Friday, Presiding Officer Satya Sharma has prepared a draft to present the report to the Lieutenant Governor. He declared himself innocent in the tumult in the House and has called the whole thing point by point. She also sends the video images of the entire course of events in the Chamber to the Lieutenant Governor to confirm her point. In this context, a CD has been requested from the company secretary. However, the Lieutenant Governor has not yet requested a report from him. It is possible that after sending the report on behalf of the deputy, the governor will also request the report from the chairman.

According to sources, Presiding Officer Satya Sharma wrote in the draft of the report that he had initiated proceedings on behalf of the company secretary as per the agenda set for the first meeting of the House. The first proposal on the agenda was for the taking of the oath of newly elected members and nominated members. Accordingly, the process of taking the oath was started. As soon as nominated member Vinod Kumar was summoned to take the oath, some members started to raise a fuss. After that, he continued the process of taking the oath and three other members also took the oath. Meanwhile, the members came to his seat and snatched the affidavit from the hand of the member taking the oath and tore it up. Apart from that, the file was snatched from the hands of the company secretary.

Therefore, there was an impediment in taking the oath to the members. In doing so, he urged the members who were making a noise several times to sit on the chairs, but they did not listen to him. That is why he suspended the meeting for some time. Even after that, the members continued to create noise. Even when the meeting started for the second time, the members did not calm down and adjourned the meeting again. The tumult continued even as the meeting began for the third and final time.

Recommendation for action against the members who have caused a stir
Presiding Officer Satya Sharma will also recommend action against those members who have caused a stir in the House. In this case, she will demand suspension from the members who caused commotion in the house. Will also urge those members who vandalized MCD property during the ruckus to compensate for the loss and also seek legal action against these members, as well as those who tore up papers related to the meeting.

Suggestions will be made to help the meeting of the house run smoothly
The presiding officer Satya Sharma has also prepared to make several suggestions for the smooth running of the assembly to be held in the future, especially for the swearing in of members and the election of the mayor and deputy mayor. In this case, she will require arrangements to be made to stop members up to the chairperson’s seat. Will request that members who cause commotion in the meeting be suspended and arrange for them to be expelled from the meeting.

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Regarding the commotion at the MCD House on Friday, Presiding Officer Satya Sharma has drafted the report to be submitted to the Lieutenant Governor. He declared himself innocent in the tumult in the House and has called the whole thing point by point. She also sends the video images of the entire course of events in the Chamber to the Lieutenant Governor to confirm her point. In this context, a CD has been requested from the company secretary. However, the Lieutenant Governor has not yet requested a report from him. It is possible that after sending the report on behalf of the deputy, the governor will also request the report from the chairman.

According to sources, Presiding Officer Satya Sharma wrote in the draft of the report that he had initiated proceedings on behalf of the Corporation Secretary according to the agenda set for the first meeting of the House. The first proposal on the agenda was for the taking of the oath of newly elected members and nominated members. Accordingly, the process of taking the oath was started. As soon as nominated member Vinod Kumar was summoned to take the oath, some members started to raise a fuss. After that, he continued the process of taking the oath and three other members also took the oath. Meanwhile, the members came to his seat and snatched the affidavit from the hand of the member taking the oath and tore it up. Apart from that, the file was snatched from the hands of the company secretary.

Therefore, there was an impediment in taking the oath to the members. In doing so, he urged the members who were making a noise several times to sit on the chairs, but they did not listen to him. As a result, he suspended the meeting for some time. Even after that, the members continued to create noise. Even when the meeting started for the second time, the members did not calm down and adjourned the meeting again. The tumult continued even as the meeting began for the third and final time.

Recommendation for action against the members who have caused a stir

Presiding Officer Satya Sharma will also recommend action against those members who have caused a stir in the House. In this case, she will demand the suspension of the Members who caused a stir in the House. Will also urge those members who destroyed MCD property during the uproar to make up for the loss and also seek legal action against these members, as well as those who tore up papers related to the meeting.

Suggestions will be made to help the meeting of the house run smoothly

The presiding officer Satya Sharma has also prepared to make several suggestions for the smooth conduct of the meeting to be held in the future, especially for the swearing in of members and the election of the mayor and deputy mayor. In this case, she will require arrangements to be made to stop members up to the chairperson’s seat. Will request that members who cause commotion in the meeting be suspended and arrange for them to be expelled from the meeting.

You were shocked by the appointment of councillors: BJP

New Delhi. BJP state spokesman Praveen Shankar Kapoor said the Aam Aadmi party is scoring a suicide goal over the appointment of councillors. It would have been better if AAP leader Saurabh Bhardwaj, instead of questioning the political background of the people appointed as councillors, had remembered the political background of the councilors nominated in the Corporation House 2017-22 .

‘LG preferred BJP over experienced’

In the MCD case, the Aam Aadmi party has once again targeted the lieutenant governor. AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj alleged that the Lieutenant Governor had illegally nominated BJP workers as corporators instead of experts with MCD experience, while the DMC Act contains a provision to appoint only those with MCD experience as corporators. In fact, the lieutenant governor made a master plan to make BJP councilors chairpersons and standing committee members in the ward committees, ignoring the Delhi government.

In the party bureau on Sunday, Saurabh Bhardwaj put him in the dock, citing objections on behalf of the lieutenant governor against some names in the Animal Welfare Board. He said that the Lieutenant Governor on the one hand spoke about a number of names that had little to do with animal welfare.

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