The Haryana Assembly witnessed a historic moment when Chief Minister Manohar Lal unveiled a chariot of Lord Krishna and a portrait of the holy Bhagavad Gita in the assembly premises. He also published the first issue of the monthly magazine ‘Sadan Sandesh’.
NewsTree Bureau: Chandigarh
Now the legislators will have a special kind of flag in their car. This flag will set the legislators apart from the crowd. In the Haryana Assembly, on Tuesday, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal and Assembly Speaker Manni unfurled the Mehrun color flag in his car. Above which is the logo of Haryana Legislative Assembly. On Tuesday, the Haryana Assembly witnessed a historic moment when Chief Minister Manohar Lal unveiled the chariot of Lord Krishna and the image of the holy Bhagavad Gita in the assembly premises. He also published the first issue of the monthly magazine ‘Sadan Sandesh’.
Here, we tell you that before, legislators had trouble getting out of toll barriers and many other places. After removing the lights from the vehicle, there were many problems. Now there will be no problem when vehicles enter the VVIP area, assembly premises and secretariat. On Tuesday, the road was cleared for the display of the MLA’s car flag in the Assembly premises. It is said that even before this there was preparation in the assembly, so far flags have been prepared for all the MLAs.
Apart from this, plans have been started to get a separate magazine for the activities of the assembly. It has been named ‘Sadan Sandesh’. Not only that, the first edition has also been released.
Please mention here that only existing MLAs approved by the Haryana Legislative Assembly will be able to use the flag on vehicles, which are registered in their name. If no vehicle of the current MLA is registered, the flag may be used on a private or rented vehicle. If the flag-bearing vehicle does not have the present MLA, it must be kept. All MLAs have to apply to the Haryana Assembly. A letter of approval for the use of the flag by the approved Sylhet MLA will be issued in the form prescribed by the Transport Commissioner of Haryana. Which will remain valid till the expiration of the term of the Legislative Assembly or the present MLA is a member of the State Legislative Assembly.
There is no VVIP culture
Haryana Home Minister Anil Bij said the decision to approve the MLAs was welcome. The protocol of the legislators above the chief secretary, it is not a VVIP culture, but the people’s representatives faced a variety of problems. In addition to the toll tax, the district administration will have the records of the vehicles of the MLAs for protection.
Vehicle identification is very important
In the assembly, Congress MLA Geeta Bhukkal said it was very important for the MLAs to identify their vehicles. They have to work day and night for the public, the legislators had a lot of challenges after removing the red lights from vehicles. There is no VVIP culture with flags.
We welcome the verdict
INLD MLA Abhay Singh Chautala said that the people’s representatives, especially the Haryana Assembly book, welcomed the decision of the flag, in which case, it was taken only with the consent of all.