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Raipur, July 19, 2009: Monsoon Session of Chhattisgarh Assembly, starting from tomorrow, is all set to be stormy considering the stepped up naxal activities and the increase in allegations of corruption against the state BJP Government.

The Congress party was all set to raise the issue of lawlessness in the state and the killing of Rajnandgaon SP V K Choubey by naxalites and also large scale irregularities in purchase of paddy by the state government, said Leader of Opposition Ravindra Choubey.

Congress party said they are all set to move adjournment motions on naxal, paddy and many more issues in this session, starting tomorrow.

However, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh had given some tips to his ruling BJP MLAs how to face and deflate the aggressive Congress in the floor of the house, BJP sources said.

Amid strategy from both the sides, Speaker Dharam Lal Kaushik today said he would do everything to run the house smoothly.

Talking to reporters along with Assembly Secretary Devendra Verma, he said the Assembly Secretariat has received as many as 31 Adjournment Motions and 136 Call Attention Motions.

So far 1072 questions has been received from various members on almost all issues for the ten days session, Kaushik said.

The second session of this assembly would start from July 20 and continue up to July 31, during which it would have July 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 as the working days.


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