Lone asks Madni to reconsider decision
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Mar 5: The Speaker Legislative Assembly, Muhammad Akbar Lone on Saturday said he had nothing “personal” against the deputy speaker and senior Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader Sartaj Madni.
He also appealed the deputy speaker to reconsider his resignation and take his Chair in the House.
“I have nothing personal against the deputy speaker. He is good friend of mine since university days. Kayin Bar Nhok Jhok Hoti Rahi Hain (Sometimes arguments do take place). I personally appeal him to take his Chair and attend the proceedings of the House,” the Speaker maintained.
Lone made these remarks after the MLA Kulgam, M Y Tarigami urged the House to make a fervent appeal to the deputy speaker who had tendered his resignation.
Madni had resigned from his post on Thursday after the interview of the speaker appeared in a section of press. The speaker had advised Madni to resign from deputy speaker’s post for joining his party men in the well of the House.
The state government's representatives-- Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs and Chief Minister’s advisors Mubarak Gul and Devender Singh Rana had also approached Madni on Thursday and had urged him to withdraw his resignation.
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