Kohima: The five-day-long session of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) was adjourned Sine Die by Assembly speaker Sharingain Longkumer on Friday. The 7th session of the 13th NLA which began on February 12 deliberated on several matters of public importance including the Naga political solution where a four-point resolution was adopted by the House.
Pronouncing the concluding remarks, Longkumer said that the resolution on Naga political issue which was adopted during the current session will be remembered throughout history, as all members of the NLA, irrespective of the political parties, unanimously consented to adopt the resolutions.
The Speaker also acknowledged all the members of the House for the active participation and contribution towards the all-important duty of the legislators in formulating the plans and policies of the Government.
Select Committee for SARFAESI Act formed:
Before the including remarks, Longkumer informed that the Select Committee for SARFAESI Act includes: Chief Minister and Minister in charge as chairman; Leader of Opposition, Deputy CM, Parliamentary affairs minister, Imkong L Imchen, Toshi Wungtung, and the Advocate General, as members; Secretary law and justice as member secretary; Finance commissioner as ex officio members; and chief secretary as a special invitee.
The Nagaland Legislative Assembly on Monday referred the SARFAESI Act 2002 to a select committee, contending that provisions of the legislation conflicted with Article 371A of the Constitution.
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