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Assembly ruckus: HC seeks explanation in two weeks

Assembly ruckus: HC seeks explanation in two weeks

Kochi: The High Court on Thursday asked the State government to submit its explanation within two weeks on the unprecedented violence in the Assembly on March 13.

The Assembly witnessed violent scenes when the Left Democratic Front (LDF) members went on a rampage during the presentation of budget, seeking the resignation of Finance Minister K M Mani.

The court order is over a PIL filed against some UDF MLAs for allegedly assaulting some women legislators of the Opposition and the LDF MLAs who vandalised the Speaker's podium, engaged in blows with ruling front members and watch and ward staff in an effort to prevent Mani, facing bribery charges in the bar scam, from presenting the Budget.

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