Congress MLA Sukhpal Singh Khaira was taken into custody by the Punjab Police in connection with a 2015 drugs case on Thursday morning, family members of the legislator claimed. However, there was no official word on Khaira being taken into police custody. A family member of the Congress MLA went live on Facebook showing that a team of Punjab Police has reached their residence to apprehend Khaira.
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A Haryana court on September 19, sent Congress leader MLA Mamman Khan to 14-day judicial custody in connection with the July 31 communal violence in Haryana's Nuh district. Earlier on September 17, the court had extended Khan's police remand by two days. His remand was extended in connection with an FIR registered at the Nagina police station, officials said. Besides, Nuh violence, three cases are also lodged against Mamman.
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Congress MLA Mamman Khan was, on Friday, produced before a court in Nuh which sent him to two-day police remand, police said. Khan faces charges of instigating communal clashes in Haryana’s Nuh during a procession of Hindu groups on July 31 that killed six people. The Congress MLA was arrested by a SIT of the Haryana Police after his bail application before the Punjab and Haryana High Court was rejected.
Congress MLA Mamman Khan has been arrested in connection with the July 31 Nuh violence case, police said on September 15.The Ferozepur Jhirka legislator, who was named as an accused in an FIR lodged after the communal clashes, was arrested late last night. Satish Kumar, Ferozepur Jhirkha Deputy Superintendent of Police and the head of the SIT investigating the case, confirmed the arrest.
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In Gujarat, Congress MLA and tribal leader Anant Patel was beaten and attacked by unknown goons on October 7. After the attack, Patel took a dig at the BJP and said, "The Chief of Zila Panchayat and his goons vandalized my car and beat me up when I was reaching Khergam. They said you are becoming a leader being an Adivasi." Moreover, Congress protested and demanded the arrest of culprits.
Many of the MLAs and ministers in Haryana joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on March 14 in presence of Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain. Jain also added that, "People in Haryana are eager to have AAP in power." Many of the MLAs including Umesh Agarwal who was in the BJP party, Bijendra Singh from Congress, Amandeep Singh Waraich from BJP. These are some of them who joined the AAP party.
Disappointed with the Hemant Soren's Government, Congress MLAs skipped a legislative meeting. Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on December 16, conducted a meeting to discuss political issues at his residence in Bihar, Jharkhand. However, Soren led the Mukti Dal's ally Congress skipped the meeting as they were unhappy with the government over several issues. In addition, they even held a separate meeting at CLP leader Alamgir Alam's… read-more
The Gujarat legislative assembly on March 15 evicted the Congress MLA Vimal Chudasama for wearing a T-shirt in the House. Issuing his eviction order, Speaker Rajendra Trivedi emphasized maintaining the decorum of the House and avoiding casual clothing. Earlier a week ago, the Speaker had asked Vimal to avoid T-shirts. However, on a repeated violation, the Speaker evicted him. Besides, the Speaker advised him to wear either a kurta, shirt, or… read-more
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Karnataka Assembly Speaker on March 4 suspended Congress MLA BK Sangamesh for his 'indecent' behaviour in the Vidhana Soudha. The MLA removed his shirt during a protest by Congress against the 'One Nation, One Election’ initiative and shouted slogans. Angered due to the move, the speaker Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri questioned his actions and suspended Sangamesh for a week till March 12. Meanwhile, Congress has strongly opposed the speaker's… read-more
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Congress MLA Lakshmi Narayan and DMK MLA K Venketshan has resigned from the Puducherry State Assembly on February 21. Reportedly, the Puducherry Lt Governor Tamilisai Soundararjan had earlier ordered floor test for the Congress, owing to the increased number of resignations. Moreover, the last week five other MLAs had also submitted their resignation… read-more
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