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18 bills to be introduced in the Rajasthan Assembly session beginning today

The Assembly session of Rajasthan is all set to begin today with an expectation of a stormy discussion with Opposition Congress planning to raise the demand of Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje's resignation over Lalitgate controversy and the issue of a criminal's escape.

"Congress has been continuously demanding resignation of Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje for her clear involvement in signing documents in favour of Lalit Modi, former chairman of IPL and absconder from Rajasthan", Congress leader, Rameshwar Dudi said.

On the other hand, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Rajendra Rathore said that the opposition will be requested to not create ruckus during the session and raise their issues under rules of business of the House.

Meanwhile, the government will introduce 18 new bills during the period which will be nearly a week long.

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