The nine-day session of the Karnataka Legislature had been curtailed to only four days following announcement of elections to the Panchayaths in the state.
Karnataka Law Minister J C Madhuswamy, informed newsmen after a meeting with the Karnataka speaker Vishveshwer Hegde Kageri and the OppositionCongress and JD(S) floor leaders, on tuesday, informed about early end to the 8-day session which had began on Monday.
He said that with the cutting short of the number of session days, the scheduled two-day exclusive session to discuss ‘One-nation One-election” planned by the Karnataka Assembly speaker had been deferred.
Replying to questions, the minister said that in the remaining two-days of session, only official business relating to passing of bills, tabled in the house, woudl be taken up for discussion. (agency)