Opposition BJP and Congress have already announced to target the State government mainly with the two issues. Among others, the opposition parties have also decided to raise law and order, increasing crime cases, including violence against women and minor girl rape cases, labour issues and contractual job matter.
Speaking to reporters, BJP chief whip Mohan Majhi said his party will raise the Archana Nag case as many ruling party leaders, along with IAS and IPS officers, are allegedly involved in it. He said his party would demand bringing all those having link with Archana to fore and stringent action against them.
“Besides, we will raise farmers' issues, including mandi mismanagement and distress sale of paddy, law and order situation, bonded labour issues, and contractual employment to corner the State government,” said Majhi.
Congress has also decided to raise the lady blackmailer case.
"The ED should expose the ministers and leaders who are involved in the Archana Nag case. We will insist that they all be brought to fore at the earliest," said Congress MLA Santosh Singh Saluja.
Keeping State Government’s part, chief whip Prasanta Muduli said ruling party members would also raise issues of people’s interest in the House.
As per the schedule, this Eleventh Session of the Sixteenth OLA has a total of 33 working days, including six private members’ business days. First Supplementary Budget for the current 2022-23 Financial Year will be presented in the House in the afternoon hours.
A three-tier security system has been put in place under the direct guidance of the DCP for smooth functioning of the House. As many as 28 platoons of police force will keep guarding the Assembly at all side. Five control rooms have been set up.
Striking Force, Quick Action Team, Special Tactical Unit, Armed Force, Rooftop Security and police in common man’s dress will be deployed.
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