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Speaker calls Dakha MLA H S Phoolka for personal hearing on resignation on February 20


JALANDHAR: Punjab meeting speaker Rana KP Singh has referred to as Dakha MLA H S Phoolka for personal hearing on February 20 to invite him about his resignation from the state meeting. On Monday, the speaker had sent a understand to insurrection AAP MLA Sukhpal Khaira after Aam Aadmi Party informed the speaker that the MLA had resigned from the party club and he should be disqualified.

“Letter has been sent to MLA Phoolka and I shall ask him after which any resolution could be taken,” mentioned the speaker, confirming the advance.


Phoolka had sent his resignation from state meeting on October 12, 2018 to protest in opposition to the failure of the Captain Amarinder Singh executive to act on the findings of the Justice Ranjit Singh Commission that had probed Bargari sacrilege and police firing at Koptkapura and Behbal Kalan, through which two Sikhs were killed on October 14, 2015. He had mentioned that throughout meeting consultation long speeches were given by means of five ministers talking about registering criminal instances however then no case used to be registered in opposition to former chief minister Parkash Singh Badal and former DGP Sumedh Saini even because the minsters had mentioned that both of them were accountable.


He had given a 15 days ultimatum to the state executive to check in the criminal instances in opposition to Badal and DGP or the five ministers should renounce and as a primary step he would renounce along them. He had alleged that the Congress executive had misled the folk on the factor. After police officials named in Behbal Kalan firing went to the Punjab and Haryana top court docket which granted stay on motion in opposition to them, he postponed his resignation and sent it in October, keeping that HC did not grant stay on investigation in opposition to Saini however still the federal government had no longer acted.


He met the speaker on December 12, 2018 that he would no longer reconsider his resignation and in addition submitted a short lived letter mentioning that he had previous sent his resignation and it should be accepted.


When asked, Phoolka mentioned that he had no longer yet received any conversation from the speaker but if referred to as, he would undoubtedly meet the speaker.


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