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Punjab Governor questioned June Assembly’s “legality”

The Punjab University Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2023, the Sikh Gurudwaras Amendment Bill, 2023, and the Punjab Police Amendment Bill, 2023 were passed during the Assembly session.

Chandigarh: Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit has questioned the “legality” of summoning the State Assembly session in June, which could lead to another conflict between the AAP administration and the Governor.

Days after the Chief Minister persuaded the Governor to approve the Sikh Gurdwara Act, 1925 modification. Mr. Mann stated the Bill will “end to monopoly of the Badal family over the telecast of sacred Gurbani from Sri Hamandir Sahib (Golden Temple)”.

Mr. Purohit questioned the “legitimacy and legality” of the June 19–20 State Assembly Bills on Monday.

The Governor replied to the Chief Minister, “With reference to your communication of July 15, it appears from your own assertion that you are concerned with certain actions of ‘a particular political family’ that has prompted to passing of the Bill under reference. You also mentioned the consequences of my not signing the Bill quickly. You also called my period “stifling the democratic will of Punjab.”
Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit has questioned the “legality” of summoning the State Assembly session in June, which could lead to another conflict between the AAP administration and the Governor.

Days after the Chief Minister persuaded the Governor to approve the Sikh Gurdwara Act, 1925 modification. Mr. Mann stated the Bill will “end to monopoly of the Badal family over the telecast of sacred Gurbani from Sri Hamandir Sahib (Golden Temple)”.

 

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