Post-election, Tamilnadu Assembly to be convened 10 June

File photo of the Assembly.

Chennai: The Tamilnadu Assembly is being convened 10 June. According to reports the last session of the Assembly concluded sine die 14 February.

The June session will continue for a month, say reports. The State budget was tabled in February. But since elections were announced and the Model Code of Conduct came into force, there were no discussions on budgetary allocations for each department.

The Model Code of Conduct was withdrawn Sunday and so the Assembly session has been announced.

This session will also see voting on the no-confidence motion brought in by the Opposition against Speaker Dhanapal.

According to reports, the first day of the session will see obituary reference to Sulur MLA Kanagaraj, who died recently and the Assembly will be adjourned for the day.

It is expected that the no-confidence motion against the Speaker will be taken up 11 June.

The 22 MLAs who have been elected to the Assembly – 13 from the DMK and 9 from AIADMK – will be taking the oath today in the Speaker’s chamber.

NT Bureau