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Samal document comes up for discussion in Assembly
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Samal document comes up for discussion in Assembly
Government says no need to table the report

Principal Secretary Ratna Prabha demands apology from Samal
Seeks apology within ten days threatens to file a defamation case

Chief Minister appoints three member Committee to look into Samal's report
Says Samal's report is part of writing a book after retirement

TDP and BJP demands RC Samal's report to be put before the Speaker
Cautions government to face consequences

Former Vigilance Commissioner Samal challenges to file defamation case
Ready for a debate on corruption at higher levels

Assembly Session - February 2008

Assembly Privileges committee to take action against TDP MLA
Committee says it has sufficient evidence of objectionable remarks on the Speaker

Congress party plans to campaign against TDP President remarks on Dy.Speaker
SC Ministers consulting legal experts to file case

Speaker KR Suresh Reddy slams Chandrababu Naidu for slur on Chair
Opposition leader was seriously reprimanded by Speaker

CAG Report tabled in the Assembly
APIIC indicted for incorrect land allotment

Sale of Government lands rocks Assembly
23 TDP MLAs suspended

19 TDP MLAs suspended in Legislature
MLA Dayakara Rao suspended for five days

TRS members suspended again for two more days
Suspended for stalling the Assembly proceedings

Pensions through Smart Card
Rural Development Minister makes announcement in the Assembly

MLA Ayyanna Patrudu submits resignation
Says he is dissatisfied with the way police behaved

Finance Minister Rosaiah presents Rs.1,00,436 crore welfare budget
Allocation for irritation, housing upped and modernization of Nagarjunasagar

TDP President Chandrababu Naidu comments that the budget is disappointing
Says Budget ignores key sector and burning problems

TRS stalls Assembly proceedings
TRS MPs to quit on March 3 and MLAs and MLCs on March 4

TDP and TRS disrupts Assembly proceedings for nearly half an hour
Appeals to calm down goes in vain

Assembly session till March 27
Budget on February 16 and Appropriation bill to be passed on March 27

State Legislative Assembly session likely to be stormy
Opposition plans to corner the State Government

Top News

Samal document comes up for discussion in Assembly

Government says no need to table the report

Hyderabad, March 5, 2008

The document released to the media by the retired Vigilance Commissioner Ramachandra Samal rocked the House today with the Telugu Desam Party and BJP staging a walkout while the Left parties registered their protest. However, the Government maintained that there was no need to table Samal's report in the Assembly as it was not official. Raising the issue during the question hour, N Janardhana Reddy (TDP) sought to know why the report of Samal was not submitted to the House and whether the government was willing to fill the vacancy and if so when.

Stating that the document was nothing but a monogram of Samal released to the media after quitting the office and it could not be considered as an official report. Even then, taking the contents in the document into cognizance the Chief Secretary was asked to conduct an inquiry into the contents of the report. Once the government get the feed back, it will present all the reports including the old reports, before the House said the Minister for Higher Education D Srinivas.

The Minister further said that Samal had not submitted any report to the Government during his tenure. He informed the House that the Vigilance Commissioner Office is only an advisory body. He clarified that the Government has no intention to abolish the post and it would be filled soon. As Janardhana Reddy continued repeatedly, the Speaker adjourned for ten minutes and soon after the Assembly reassembled, the TDP and BJP staged a walkout protesting against the Government's failure in presenting the report.

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Samal document comes up for discussion in Assembly
Government says no need to table the report

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