Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Wednesday advised the Legislative Assembly that the Karnataka Upalokayukta’s report on the encroachment of wakf properties can be tabled within the legislature.
Replying to a name consideration discover by BJP MLA Raghupathi Bhat who sought motion based mostly on the report of then State Minorities Commission Chairman Anwar Manippady on encroachment of wakf properties, the Chief Minister famous that the Upalokayukta too had gone into the problem. He stated the federal government would take a name on methods to proceed with respect to the Upalokayukta’s report.
Heated debate on delay
Meanwhile, within the Legislative Council, greater than an hour of enterprise was misplaced on Wednesday morning because the House witnessed chaos over the federal government’s delay in putting the Manippady committee report on wakf properties, and later over denial of the reply to a query posed by the member, leading to an adjournment.
It was fascinating that the ruling BJP members staged vehement protests towards the non-tabling of the Manippady committee report even after two years, and members raised slogans. Vociferous demand got here from treasury benches whilst members had been settling of their seats. BJP Chief Whip M. Narayan Swamy stated there was ₹2 lakh crore rip-off within the wakf properties whilst Chairman Raghunath Rao Malkapure tried to provoke the Question Hour.
While after a lot effort the proceedings commenced, din returned to the House quickly as Congress member Saleem Ahmed protested after Revenue Minister R. Ashok sought extra time to answer to a query about land allotment, land conversion, earnings certificates, pension, delivery, and loss of life. A miffed Mr. Ahmed, whose some questions have remained unanswered within the session, walked into the nicely in protest and a few extra Congress members additionally joined him.