Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit on Wednesday, withdrew orders calling for the assembly session for a "confidence motion" called by the Punjab government due to the "absence of specific rules" to do so.
The withdrawal of orders comes in the absence of the specific rules regarding the summoning of the assembly for considering the 'Confidence motion', only called by the Punjab Government on September 22, through the third special session of the sixteenth Vidhan Sabha.
Later the Aam Aadmi Party released a statement on the cancellation of a special session of the House by the Governor of Punjab, saying that this is an example of democracy in Punjab being killed at the behest of the BJP.
Taking a jibe at Congress MLAs joining BJP in Goa, the AAP party said, "To date, Congress MLAs have been sold all over the country and are now indirectly sold in Punjab also. Similarly, for 70 years, Congress and the BJP together have brutally killed the elected democratic governments".
The party further stated that, in Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party was bringing this complicity of Operation Lotus to the public, but once again Congress has come to the fore as the security cover of the BJP. The Governor has no right to interfere in the work of an elected government.
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