Mukul Roy elective member of Public Accounts Committee in state assemblyMukul Roy elective member of Public Accounts Committee in state assembly.
Senior Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Roy was on Friday elective unopposed as a member of the general public Accounts Committee of the state assembly. His nomination was opposed by the Bharatiya Janata Party as Roy had won the election on a BJP price ticket. On weekday, 20 MLAs, as well as Mukul Roy, had filed their nominations for the membership of the political action committee. A political action committee will have a most of twenty members. The nominations of all the twenty candidates were found valid and that they were elective unopposed. there’s speculation concerning Roy being appointed because the chairman of the political action committee.
Fourteen names were planned by the Trinamool Congress and 6 by the BJP. Roy, formally a BJP MLA from Krishnanagar North, had changed to the Trinamool Congress last week. Despite this, he neither resigned from the assembly nor was he disqualified below the Anti-Defection Act. On Friday, the state Assembly Secretary created the list public within which Roy’s name was mentioned. The names of eminent economic expert and BJP MLA Ashok Lahiri and Leader of Opposition Shubhendu Adhikari also are on the list.
Earlier, the state BJP on Th wrote to the state assembly secretary seeking rejection of TMC leader Mukul Roy’s nomination for the membership of the general public Accounts Committee. The BJP had written within the letter that ‘we had raised objections verbally throughout the scrutiny of Roy’s nomination papers and currently we have a tendency to ar registering robust objection to the acceptance of nomination papers’.