The Punjab Governor’s Office has drawn up details of the legislative action in the legislative session of September 27. Maan ne in a tweet said that one day the governor ”will give permission for all the speeches.” Before this, the government called a special meeting of the Vidhan Sabha on September 22 to obtain a vote of confidence. But the Governor Banwarilal Purohit did not permit it.
Sarkar ne yah bhi kaha ki wah rajbhavan ke kadam ko saksemsiya siyasalam mein challeti degi. Earlier, Chief Minister Bhagwant Maan said that issues such as power outages and electricity supply will be discussed in the session of September 27. According to a press release issued by the Punjab Raj Bhavan, the governor’s office wrote a letter to the secretary of the Punjab Legislative Assembly, detailing the legislative work to be held in the proposed session on September 27. In response to this, Maan tweeted that the consent of the governor or president before any session of the legislature is “official”. In 75 years, no president or governor has convened a legislative session.