The next meeting of the Tamil Nadu Assembly starts on June 28, among the reports of water crisis scarcity in the state.
As per information from the Assembly Secretariat, the Governor has asked the House meet at 10 a.m. on June 28. The information is issued by the Stated government gazette.
The sources said that the Assembly Business Advisory Committee is observed to meet next week to decide on the business for the first day. The session continues for a month. The water crisis had affected the state and mostly in Chennai.
Water from Cauvery, against NEET, AIADMK’s the three-languages policy and the National Educational Policy of the Centre are likely to be problems on which opposition parties are expected to ask the government.
The Assembly meeting since the by-elections for 22 Assembly Constituencies. In those elections DMK gained 13 of them, the ruling AIADMK won in 9 seats. At now the AIDMK has 122 MLAs, the DMK has 100 legislators and Congress has seven members at the House, by the single IUML, MLA and independent member. However, the Nanguneri and Vikravandi Assembly constituencies have been vacant.