Special Karnataka Assembly session on Constitution soon
| Saturday | 15th February, 2020
A+ A-Bengaluru: For the first time, Karnataka Assembly will hold a special session on March 2-3 to mark the 70th year of the country adopting the Constitution in 1950, an official said on Saturday.
“Assembly Speaker Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri has convened a special session to mark the 70th year of the Constitution on March 2-3 ahead of the state budget for fiscal 2020-21 on March 5,” a state legislature official told IANS here.
The two-day special session will also focus on the intent and speciality of the Constitution to enable the legislators perform better in the Assembly.
The state legislature, comprising Assembly and Council will meet initially for three days on February 17-19 and resume from March 2 for the two-day special session and continue till March 31.
The Congress won 2 and an Independent won the remaining 3 seats while the JD-S drew blank.
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