Dharamshala: Himachal Pradesh assembly began its four days long winter session at Tapvoan from today, witnessing some uproarious scenes as a ruling member made assault over the opposition, raising issues of misappropriation of funds in 2G and Common Wealth Games by congress led regime during a discussion. Soon after the question hour, Rakesh Pathania (Nurpoor-Ind) and Suresh Bhardwaj (Shimla-BJP) brought a resolution under rule-117, raising the matter that state government got an award for over all development conferred by a leading Media organisation recently. Randhir Sharma(Naina Devi-BJP) raised the matter of misappropriation of funds in 2G and CWG in the house, fuming the opposition members who were on their toes protesting the remarks made against the government. While replying to the discussion, Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal accused the CLP leader Vidya Stokes and HPCC president Kaul Singh for maligning the image of state government by giving unauthenticated statements in the media over land deals. He said that if government has any substantial evidences of any illegal land deal it should prove the matter by bringing forth such evidences.
He also denied the charges levelled by opposition over the government that it had allotted land to any one violating sec 118 in the state. He said that state government would initiate legal action by issuing notices against the Vidya Stokes and Kaul Sing, as they were charging the government for violating sec. 118 of Himachal Pradesh Land Reform and Tency Act. In another matter opposition leader Vidya Stokes tried to cordoned the government by raising the matter of loss of revenue to state government on account of delay in commissioning number of hydroelectric projects due to its wrong policy. Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu (Nadon-Cong) also took part in discussion and alleged that it was congress rule in the state which had framed the first power policy which was later amended by BJP, incurring revenue loss of thousands crore rupees.