LUCKNOW: The winter session of the Uttar Pradesh assembly was adjourned sine die on Tuesday, a day before its scheduled date on Wednesday. The proposal to adjourn the assembly was moved in the house by parliamentary affairs minister Suresh Khanna who said that most of the business of the present session has been completed.
Earlier in the day, the house was told by Khanna that most of the BJP MLAs and ministers in the Yogi Adityanath cabinet were having a hectic schedule in the wake of the Global Investor Summit (GIS) scheduled in February next year and therefore it was not possible to conduct the house business for a longer period of time.
The sudden adjournment of the house came even as the opposition members demanded a few notices to be taken up for discussion on Wednesday. SP MLA Lalji Verma said that some of the notices and bills were required to be discussed exhaustively.
The session was convened on Monday when the UP government tabled a supplementary budget of around Rs 33,670 crore, which included an allocation of over Rs 14,000 crore for new schemes and around 296 crore for the GIS.





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