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Taj gets drubbing from both opposition and party-men
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JAMMU, Nov 15: Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Contral Taj Mohi-d-Din today faced the ire of not just the opposition parties but also some of his own party men for his remarks against the Chairman of Legislative Council.

General secretary and spokesperson of Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Ravinder Kumar Sharma has disapproved the remarks of Taj Mohi-d-Din against the Chairman of Legislative Council and termed the same as un-parliamentary and highly indecent.

The first ever official reaction from the party has come a day after Taj launched a direct offensive against LC Chairman Amrit Malhotra with a threat to approach the Congress high command seeking his (Malhotra’s) removal from the constitutional post.

In a statement, Sharma has said that Presiding Officers of the Legislative Houses are always referred to, with respect and dignity because they represent the highest constitutional institutions in Parliamentary democracy.

“The Congress party has always maintained highest standard in the public life and while referring to the constitutional institutions in this country,” he said.

On the other hand, LC Chairman so far has not reacted to Taj’s outburst against him.

Taj, while addressing media on Wednesday, had stated that he would request the party high command to move `no confidence motion’ against the LC Chairman after taking the coalition partner National Conference on board.

“We’ve lost the trust in him (Malhotra). I want ‘no confidence motion’ against him Kyunki Bandar Kay Haath Mein Ustara Hai ……Woh Kahan Kya Chala Day Kidhar Chala Jaaye..Kis Ka Qatl Ho Jaaye….Such an irresponsible man should not remain on the chair. He’s been a danger to himself….. danger to the party,” Taj had stated while replying to media queries on this issue.

PDP, PP MLCS SNUB TAJ

PDP and Panthers Party MLCs have also strongly reacted to the remarks of PHE minister, Taj Mohi-ud-Din, against the chairman of upper house Amrit Malhotra.

In a joint statement they described Taj’s remarks ‘indecent, unparliamentarily and act of frustration and indecency.

The legislators stated that the minister has indulged in “Chor machaye shor” and his utterances at a press conference in Jammu were a mixed bag of lies, contradictions, false statements and suppression of facts.

The members denounced him for undermining the authority and importance of the house.

They said that by using the ‘foul mouthed and ill-bred expressions’, Taj has brought disrepute to the honourable institution of a legislature. They said that they are considering a motion for breach of privilege against Taj for his contemptuous remarks against the institution.


News Updated at : Friday, November 16, 2012
 
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