Rajasthan House adjourned amid protests

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Jaipur, Sep 7 (IANS) The last day of the Rajasthan Assembly’s monsoon session on Friday saw relentless attacks by the opposition Congress on the Vasundhara Raje-led BJP government, forcing the Speaker to adjourn the House twice before adjourning it sine die.

The Opposition on Friday cornered the government over rising fuel prices and for a lathicharge on Youth Congress workers on Thursday.

Amid ruckus, six bills were passed in the Assembly.

Under the Rajasthan Stamp (Amendment) Bill, the surcharge at the rate of 10 per cent on the stamp duty has been increased to 20 per cent in order to generate funds for conservation and protection of cow.

State Cooperative Minister Ajay Sigh Kilak said over 19.24 lakh farmers in the state have been benefitted with a loan waiver worth Rs 5,461 crore under BJP’s rule in Rajasthan. “The remaining farmers will also be given a waiver by October 31, 2018,” he said.

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The present government has distributed crop loans worth Rs 70,000 crore and this amount will rise to Rs 80,000 crore by the end of this financial year, Kilak said.



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