Maha: 12 suspended BJP MLAs sought intervention from Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari. Mumbai News – Times of India

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MUMBAI: Twelve BJP MLAs, who were suspended from the Maharashtra Assembly a year ago for allegedly misbehaving with the presiding officer Bhaskar Jadhav in the Speaker’s chamber, met. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari sought his intervention and complained against him MVA Govt. To “crush democracy”. MLA under the leadership of Chief Whip Ashish Shelar BJP Submitted a memorandum in the state legislature denying the “false” allegations of misbehavior with the presiding officer.
Twelve MLAs were suspended for a year after the state government accused Jadhav of “misbehaving” in the speaker’s chamber.

“Members of MVA (includes in Maha Vikas Aghadi) Shiv Senahandjob NCP and Congress) misbehaved and blamed us,” the memorandum requested the Governor to intervene in the matter.
“Many issues OBC The resolution tabled in the assembly was not going to help in restoring political quota for the community. We wanted to speak on this issue but we were not allowed.”
Meanwhile, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Devendra Fadnavis termed the suspension of the MLAs as “manufactured”.
“We are exposing the misdeeds of the government, due to which it wanted to reduce our numbers on the floor of the House,” he said.
Earlier in the day, NCP leader and minister Nawab Malik accused BJP members of misbehaving with Bhaskar Jadhav and him. state assembly The issue was adjourned four times.
The House was initially adjourned for 10 minutes after Jadhav voted on the motion, urging the Center to provide 2011 census data. State Backward Classes Commission To prepare empirical data of OBC population to restore political reservation for its members in local bodies.
Some BJP members including Girish Mahajan and Sanjay Kute climbed on the Speaker’s podium and argued with the Speaker.
Later, after the House resumed proceedings, Minister Nawab Malik and Shiv Sena member Sunil Prabhu demanded that action be taken against the opposition members for their behavior with Jadhav.
Addressing Deputy Speaker Narhari Jirwal, Malik said, “What happened in your room is not right.”
The motion to suspend the MLAs was moved by state Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anil Parab and was passed by voice vote.
“Today is a dark day for me. I was abused. Some people are saying that I made abusive remarks. Let it be probed after checking the CCTV footage. If I have used any inappropriate language, I am against it. I am ready to face any punishment,” Jadhav had told the Assembly.
Talking to reporters outside the House, Malik alleged that BJP members surrounded Jadhav in the Speaker’s chamber and used abusive words.
He claimed that Fadnavis also broke his mike.


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