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12 Congress MLAs barred from Rajasthan Assembly for a day

12 Congress MLAs barred from Rajasthan Assembly for a day
High drama was witnessed in the Rajasthan Assembly on Wednesday where 14 opposition MLAs were barred for an year on the ground of indiscipline but the suspension of 12 Congress members in this group was later reduced to a day following an apology.

A dozen Congress MLAs, including the party's deputy whip Govind Singh Dotasara, a BSP legislator and an independent were suspended for an year after a proposal moved by the ruling side chief whip Kalu Lal Gurjar was passed by voice vote. However, after senior party leader Pradyuman Singh tendered an apology on behalf of his colleagues, the suspension period of the 12 Congress members was reduced to one day. Gurjar, moved a revised proposal which too was passed.

Speaker Kailash Meghwal said that a decision on the suspension of the remaining two MLAs independent Hanuman Beniwal and BSP's Manoj Nyangli will be taken later when they tender
their apologies.
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