Assembly witnesses 'brisk business' amid protests

In less than ten minutes, the House went through the process of furnishing written replies, answers for starred questions, tabling the CAG report on the panchayat raj institutions and reports of the various legislature committees.

And all this amid the din caused by the protesting Opposition members demanding an adjournment motion to discuss the charges of corruption against the government.

The reports tabled included the probe into the mid-day meal scheme of ISKCON and those of the Public Accounts Committee and the Public Undertakings Committee. The chief minister also tabled supplementary estimates (second installment) for Rs 5,060 crore, even as the Opposition shouted slogans against the government.

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