Kotwal removed in case of indecency from Kichha MLA Tilakraj Behad

The budget session of the Vidhan Sabha began on Tuesday. Before the presentation of the budget in the House, during the Zero Hour, the main opposition Congress created a ruckus with the Kichha MLA Tilakraj Behar, raising the issue of alleged indecency by the Kotwal there. Taking cognizance of this, the government gave instructions to remove the Kotwal of Kichha.

During the budget session, the opposition remained vocal during the Question Hour, and it showed its attitude even during the Zero Hour. MLA Tilakraj Behad raised the matter of jam situation due to railway crossing in Haat Bazar which takes two days a week in Kichha area under Rule-58. He said that when talks were held with the Kotwal regarding the deployment of police personnel in Haat Bazar, they were subjected to indecency. This is an insult to the MLA. On this the members of the opposition started shouting slogans.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Premanchand Agrawal said that the investigation is going on in the case of alleged indecency by Kotwal. So far no case of negligence has come to the fore. There is already a system of deployment of police personnel in Haat Bazar. On this the members of the opposition came in front of the bench raising slogans. In view of the uproar, the Speaker adjourned the proceedings of the House till 3 pm.
As soon as the proceedings of the session started after the lunch break, MLA Behad again came before the bench regarding this issue. On this, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Premchand Agrawal said that the member has expressed the feeling that the behavior of the Kotwal was not good towards him, which the government has taken seriously. He issued instructions to remove the concerned Kotwal from the House itself.
Earlier, BSP MLA Mohammad Shahzad raised the issue of drug abuse and demanded that effective steps should be taken to prevent it. The Minister of Parliamentary Affairs detailed the steps taken in this regard and informed that the Anti Drug Task Force has already been constituted. During Zero Hour, petitions focused on various subjects of MLAs Sumit Hridayesh, Pritam Panwar, Ram Singh Kaida, Sahdev Singh Pundir, Bharat Chaudhary and Harish Singh Dhami were accepted under Rule-300.

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