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Satisfaction on successful completion of JK Budget Session:CM


            Jammu, April 04 (Scoop News) –    Expressing satisfaction on the successful completion of Budget Session of the State Legislature, Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah described it productive, purposeful and a long session during which matters of important public concerns were deliberated upon extensively in the House.

            Addressing the Legislative Assembly members on the concluding day of Budget Session today, the Chief Minister congratulated the members of both opposition and treasury benches for devoting their fullest attention in highlighting the public interest matters in the House through Stared, Un-Stared Questions, Calling Attention Notices, utilizing Zero Hour and speaking on the Governor’s Address, Budget, Demand for Grants, Bills and Resolutions.

            “You depicted your ability and calibre in keeping the government on toes and deriving information and government point of view on various issues of general public interest”, he told the members of Legislative Assembly and hailed the joint efforts of the government and the members aimed at the betterment of the State and its people.

            The Chief Minister expressed the hope that the spirit of making the conduct of business in the House peaceful and purposeful would be carried to the next session in Srinagar. “There were some hot discussions in the House during the proceedings which is the part of the democratic process”, he said adding that the conduct of business as whole was in conducive atmosphere.

            The Chief Minister lauded the role of Speaker and Deputy Speaker in the successful conduct of business and also mentioned the role played by the officials of the government departments from Chief Secretary to lower levels and by the staff of the Assembly Secretariat. He also mentioned the role of media in covering day to day business of the legislature.

            “Though the reply by the government on the discussion on Governor’s Address didn’t find proper space in the media for the absence of its members on that day from the House, yet their joining back and covering the proceedings was a welcome step”, he added.