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Fearing Karnataka redux, Aghadi pitches for pro tem Speaker

IndiaTimes Monday, 25 November 2019
AM Singhvi told a SC bench that the special session of the House should be exclusively devoted to the single-point agenda of floor test, after the appointment of a pro-term speaker. Mukul Rohatgi countered this by saying said the SC had no jurisdiction to determine the conduct of business in the assembly
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