The 10 days Karnataka Legislative assembly session concluded today at the Suvarna Vidhan Soudha Belagavi.
As per Basavaraj Horatti, Council Chairman meaningful discussions on various issues were undertaken in the Council. 74 members attended the session and the discussion on north Karnataka issues was as long as 11 hours.
Horatti wished that the legislative session should be held bu-annually in Belagavi and if not then the duration of the session should be more.
He also emphasized the need for the construction of the Legislator’s house here in Belagavi.
Speaker Vishweshwara Hegde Kageri informed that 24 issues were raised during the Zero hour.
149 questions were initially answered. 1,921 questions of legislators were given in form of a written answer.
A total of 52 hours of work has been recorded.
The main purpose of the Belagavi session was to discuss the issues of North Karnataka. But there was little room for debate. Friday was the last day, but there was little time for an adequate and thorough discussion.
As many as nine bills that were approved by the Assembly had been passed by the Council.